Julia Goerges has split with another coach, her second change of the season.
The 30-year-old German told Tennis Magazin that she has dropped Sebastian Sachs, who joined her during the clay-court season. She has also split with her physiotherapist.
Goerges, who reached the fourth round of the US Open, and also got to the final of Birmingham since starting with her newest coach, said the pair did not agree about the "sporting direction of my game."
She began the season with a title in Auckland, when she was being coach by Michael Geserer, who just started working with Jennifer Brady, according to the WTA.
Jennifer Brady now working with Michael Geserer, former coach to Julia Goerges. https://t.co/qSxLGnLsyH— WTA Insider (@WTA_insider) October 1, 2019
A former semifinalist at Wimbledon, Goerges plans to reassemble her team for next season.
Goerges is No. 27 in the rankings.