Angelique Kerber's new coach Wim Fissette believes that the former World No.1 can rise back up the rankings by drawing on some of her qualities he has always admired.
"I always admired her game, her mindset, and the way she was always fighting on the court," he said in an exclusive interview.
Torben Beltz was Kerber's coach up until the end of 2017, supporting her to the World No.1 ranking, two Grand Slam titles, and an Olympic silver medal in 2016.
"It was for me very clear how I wanted to see Angie play in 2018," Fissette added.
Check out the highlights of the interview!