New "supercoach" for Fernando Verdasco. The Spaniard player started to work with his compatriot Emilio Sanchez Vicario, a former World No. 7 in 1990. They started the new relationship in Miami, Florida, where Verdasco is training in order to prepare as he can the 2017 season, where the minimum goal will be to break again in the top 30, said his new main coach Nacho Truyol, who will follow him in most of the weeks in competition.
There is no reason why Verdasco, who is World No.
42, wouldn't come back to play at a high level again. By only watching the match played against Rafael Nadal at the Australian Open it appears pretty clear how Nando can be a tricky opponent for anyone, despite he turned 33 in November.
He knows well Sanchez Vicario, as they worked together already in 2008 when Emilio was the captain of the Spanish Davis Cup team that won its third title in history. Verdasco will start the new year in Doha. ALSO READ: Maradona: 'Djokovic is a phenomenon, but Federer is the GOAT'