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Annacone: Federer Split Was a Mutual Decision

Roger Federer and Paul Annacone

Roger Federer’s coaching split with Paul Annacone has been described as a mutual parting of ways by Annacone in an interview with the newspaper USA Today.

“After a number of very good, heartfelt, and really thoughtful conversations about what’s best in timing for Roger and also for me,” they concluded it was best to move on, said Annacone. “I think we both feel good about it. I know I do.”

Annacone still believes 32-year-old Federer has another Major title in him. “I can’t imagine anything other than success coming his way. For me, it’s not a matter of if. It’s a matter of when.”

Cover Photo: Marianne Bevis, Creative Commons License

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  1. “Mutual” splits are never usually that “mutual” !

  2. I’d like to see Federer and Roche hook back up, although I think Roche is still coaching Hewitt.


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