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Donna hasn’t been shy about her admiration for Stan, who she once said said is a good friend of hers.
"I feel what you tell the player just before they go on court is a very important part of the success.
"In grand slams I cannot go on court of course or do any court-coaching so I am calm but if I feel like I need to tell her something I will also shout.
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Stan Wawrinka announced on Facebook he and wife Ilham Vuilloud have separated, but we are hearing rumours that Wawrinka has moved on to a much younger gal, exactly 12 years his junior, because Stan’s rumoured girlfriend could be Croatian tennis player Donna Vekic.“We have enjoyed ten fulfilling years, with all the ups and downs that every couple experiences, but sometimes life is more challenging than one would hope”, Stan Wawrinka explains.
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Coto had helped transform Konta into one of the most resilient players in the game, but Fissette said there are no plans to bring in a new mental coach at present. "She spoke about it at the start of the tournament in China (in January) when going into a new year it's a bit difficult and you don't know what to expect.
"She said then she missed those conversations with her mental coach but I told her we as a team are there to speak and the more she gives us feedback and communicates with us, the more we can help." Fissette will work full-time with Konta, training with her in London and taking time off only when she goes away with Britain's Fed Cup team.
I will find a way to make her believe it." Fissette also has no problem with his charge being talked about as a contender here, with all the added pressure and attention that brings. I always like when people speak about my player as a contender for the slam and I think Jo should welcome that too," Fissette said.
"It will be interesting to see how Jo reacts but she will have to handle it. "We have talked about many things to help find solutions but some things you also just have to learn the hard way." Konta's superb start to the season is all the more impressive given the turmoil she endured off the court last year, when she had to deal with the death of her mental coach Juan Coto.
Because for me, for a grand slam website, it should be an article about the tennis and that’s it. I told the tournament that I wasn’t really happy about it.