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They reveal that Christian Garin has defined his new coach: he will work with Andrés Schneiter again

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Chile’s Cristian Garin will return to coach Andrés Schneiter, who has taken him to the top 20 of the ATP rankings.

Chilean tennis player Christian Garin 79th in the ATP rankings, is all set to announce his new coach after an abrupt break with Pepe Vendrell of Spain.

‘Gago’ preparing for a very tough debut against Novak Djokovic (7th) Working with Argentina again at the Astana Open in Kazakhstan Andrew Schneiter .

This was detailed on the Seventh Games portal, where both players indicated that they want to resume the work that made National Tennis one of the 20 best tennis players in the world.

“After two years away, the Chilean will again have ‘Gringo’ as coach,” they noted.

“2 years together. Top 100 jump, 3 titles at challenger level, 4 titles at ATP level. That was the balance between Christian Garin and the Argentinian coach in 2018-2020,” they recalled.

It is worth remembering that since the split with Schneiter, “Gago” has worked alongside Franco Dabin, Jorge Aguilar, Mariano Puerta and Pepe Vendrell.

Garin will return to the court on Monday, October 3, to take on the former ATP No. 1 in the first round of the Astana Open.

Source: Biobiochile

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