Nick Kyrgios to work with Sebastien Grosjean on a part-time basis

by: Kamakshi Tandon | May 15, 2017

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The Australian hasn't had a coach since 2015, but has won three titles over that span. (AP)

Nick Kyrgios may have found a part-time coach, according to French newspaper L'Equipe

The 22-year-old Australian has tapped former ATP pro Sebastien Grosjean to help him at some of the bigger events and during training periods, the newspaper reported, with Grosjean scheduled to be in Rome if Kyrgios plays the event.

The Frenchman is currently based in Florida, at the Evert Tennis Academy. That also happens to be where Kyrgios' girlfriend, Ajla Tomljanovic, trains. Grosjean, a former Top 10 player, was helping Kyrgios in Miami, where he reached the semifinals.

Grosjean formerly coached Richard Gasquet.

Kyrgios has not had a coach since 2015, but has won three titles and reached the Top 15 since then.

Kyrgios is No. 18 in the rankings.

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