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Tennis News -GREAT BRITAIN (REUTERS) - US Open champion Emma Raducanu will train with Johanna Konta's former coach Esteban Carril this week as the 18-year-old looks for a mentor to guide her during
Tennis News. Emma Raducanu to train with Johanna Konta's former coach this week: Report ... Spaniard Carril helped Konta become the first British woman in 32 years to be ranked in the world's top ...
The Spaniard previously guided Konta to the Australian Open semi-finals in 2016, and inside the top 10 in the rankings. He is also a coach closely associated with the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA ...
Sadly Johanna Konta has been forced to withdraw from the #USOpen with a left thigh injury. We hope to see you back on court soon. pic.twitter.com/bpOJTQgbNC — LTA (@the_LTA) August 30, 2021. Konta was unable to play at the All England Club after being deemed a close contact of someone who had tested positive for Covid-19.
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British No 1 Johanna Konta will head into the grass-court season without a coach after splitting with Dimitri Zavialoff. Konta, who is playing in the Viking Open in Nottingham as preparations for Wimbledon get under way, revealed she has parted company with Zavialoff for the second time in the wake of her first-round defeat at the French Open.
Johanna Konta has retired injured from the @AustralianOpen #BackTheBrits pic.twitter.com/YJCfuHcbwM — LTA (@the_LTA) February 9, 2021. Konta said: “I feel in a bit of a state of shock, almost like having an out-of-body experience a little bit. “I have very little experience with acute injuries and having to withdraw.