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The Times: Long Road For Stephens' Coach

Andrew Fitzpatrick has gone from struggling through the Futures tour to helping coach Top 20 player Sloane Stephens.

Published June 17, 2014 12:11

The Times: Long Road For Stephens' Coach
Sloane Stephens

Andrew Fitzpatrick has been coaching World No.18 Sloane Stephens the last 11 months. It's a far cry from his previous job of struggling to crack the Top 500 on the ATP World Tour.

Paul Annacone also coaches Stephens, but Fitzpatrick travels with her week in and week out, and can give her examples from his experiences of how to appreciate her life.

Read Neil Harman's article on Fitzpatrick's evolution from struggling player to coach of an elite player.

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