Kevin Anderson has a new coach. The South African player has announced through his official Facebook page that Brad Stine, who worked with Jim Courier and Sebastian Grosjean in the past, is his new tennis trainer. 'I‘m excited to tell you all that I am working with Brad Stine this year! We’ve had a great start already and he’ll be joining me in 2018 as my coach on tour as we work toward more great results', tweeted Anderson, who had split with Neville Godwin, awarded ATP coach of the year by his colleagues, at the end of 2017, after having the best season in his career where he had started to 74th place, then ended up in the top 15 rankings reaching the Us Open final.
Last week Anderson won the Mubadala World Tennis Championship in Abu Dhabi beating Roberto Bautista Agut in the final, this week he is playing in Pune where he reached quarters after taking advantage of Thiago Monteiro's retirement due to injury in the second set after that Anderson had won the first.