Sloane Stephens, Madison Keys Have New Coaches
by Tom Gainey | December 9th, 2014, 11:13 am
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The off-season coaching carousel was also moving for a pair of American stars. Sloane Stephens will reportedly join with Eugenie Bouchard’s former coach Nick Saviano.

Madison Keys will also start the new year under the guidance of new faces. The 19-year-old has added former No. 1 Lindsay Davenport and Kim Clijsters’ old coach Wim Fissette to her roster.

“Excited to confirm that I will be adding Wim Fissette to my team in 2015 along with Lindsay Davenport who has been working with me for a few weeks now. Couldn’t be more excited about the team and look forward to the new season!” she posted on Facebook yesterday.

Keys is ranked No. 30, Stephens No. 36.


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4 Comments for Sloane Stephens, Madison Keys Have New Coaches

Hippy Chick Says:

Good luck to both….


Humble Rafa Says:

Who are Sloane Stephens and Madison Keys? Are they a city in some random country?


Marc Grant Says:

Good Luck Ladies. You are capable of great things, just commit to working hard on your game


TB Says:

Wow! Good news for both. I think Madison is a very determined player and will do well with her coach team. Hope the same for Sloane but she seems to need more mental focus than anything. She’s had good coaches, maybe some not a good match for her. She definitely lacks that mental attitude that is required to win matches. Only time will tell. Good luck to both!

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