In an interview to Eurosport, Albert Ramos' coach Jose Maria Diaz commented on Spanish player's great results. Last month Ramos won the Gstaad title on clay after some tough times. "I always try to find new training methods", said Diaz on his work ethic.
"The main reason behind this long relationship, apart the personal relationship that combines us and the trust we have each other, is the change we made when it came to work. What we did ten years ago and what we do now has nothing to see, we reinvented ourselves, copying, seeing and getting helped by people who brought new things to improve.
I am not the kind of coach who thinks he knows everything, what I would like is to end up knowing much more than what I know now. I am a coach without a fear, it does not worry me that he could join another coach. On the professional tour the normal thing is that we have a lot of secrets, everyone wants to keep his job.
It's like you have an exclusive, you do not send it to another mate who publishes it." Asked what their goals are, he replied: "We always tried to be more ambitious, but the results do not happen depending on the ambition you have, it's a combination of several aspects.
If his career-high rankings position was No. 17 and I am saying the best is yet to come... We will see. Two years ago he reached the Wimbledon third round and we beat Federer (in 2015 Shanghai), Cilic and Nishikori on hard court."