Benjamin Balleret calls it a career; becomes Giller Muller coach


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Benjamin Balleret calls it a career; becomes Giller Muller coach

World number 37 Gilles Muller has added Monaco's Benjamin Balleret to his coaching stuff. Balleret will work twenty weeks per year with the 33-year-old Muller.

The big-serving Muller already has Alexandre Lisiecke in his coaching team. The 33-year-old Balleret recently decided to quit playing professional tennis and instead to focus on the coaching career.

He last played the Davis Cup Group ll, Europe/Africa, Relegation Play Offs against Egypt in July. Monaco is set to make a comeback to Group ll in 2017 as they beat the hosts 3-1. Muller is currently 37th-ranked player on the ATP Rankings List.

His career best placement saw him sitting on the 34th-position. He is yet to win an ATP title in singles and will certainly be eyeing to do so before he calls it a career. Source: magsport06.fr, Tennis Actu, Photo--CodeSport Also read: Jan de Witt: 'Gilles Simon wants to become more consistent'