Eugenie Bouchard will work with Nick Saviano during the tournament in Charleston, according to Yahoo Canada.

Bouchard has not specified whether it is a temporary arrangement, the website reports, or if it means she has stopped working with Thomas Hogstedt.

Saviano coached Bouchard during her 2014 rise, when she reached the Wimbledon final and the Australian Open and French Open semifinals. The 21-year-old Canadian also trained at Saviano's academy as a junior.

Bouchard split with Saviano during the 2014 offseason and hired veteran coach Sam Sumyk following the Australian Open. But the two only worked together through Wimbledon following a steep downward slide.

She also had a couple of coaching session with Jimmy Connors at the U.S. Open, but slipped and fell during the tournament and did not complete a match for the rest of the season because of concussion symptoms. During this period she hired Hogstedt, who she has been working with since.

Saviano coached Sloane Stephens until the offseason, and has worked with Samantha Crawford this year.

Though just No. 45 in the rankings, Bouchard has improved her play since getting back on tour this year, compiling a 15-7 record. She fell in the opening round in Miami, the first time she had not won a match at a tournament this season.