Together since a year-and-a-half, Simona Halep and Darren Cahill are aiming to work together for many more years. That's what the Romanian player said in an interview to Digisport: 'I would hate to commit myself, but I would like to end my career with the coach and the team that I have now,' Halep said. 'I get along well with them and I want to keep working with them for many other years.' Halep, 25, added she is having the best preparation possible heading into the 2017 season that for her will start in Brisbane.
The main goal is to be in the best shape at the Australian Open: 'Darren was in my country for a few weeks and we trained really hard, then we came here (Adelaide), I had no breaks, which is good because in the past I had injuries and I had to stay a little more (at home) but now I feel ready to start the season and to play some good matches,' Halep told Sporting Life. Halep aims to win a Major in 2017.
She reached the Roland Garros final in 2014, where she lost to Maria Sharapova in three sets and thinks that she can do it in 2017. 'We are preparing very well towards winning a grand slam, so this is the main goal, but you never know in tennis, I just work hard every day and he gives me more confidence that I'm strong on court.' ALSO READ: Boris Becker: 'Djokovic can pass Federer's 17 Slams. Nadal...'