CORIA OPTIMISTIC HE WILL REGAIN FORMI didn't realize GeeJay had fallen so far in the rankings. Tennis needs a few bad boys to stir the pot, and Coria always seemed primed for the role. I'd like to see Coria and Hewitt face off. And soon.
Guillermo Coria claims he is returning to form under new coach Hernan Gumy.
In November, Coria ended his season at a disappointing 116th place in the ATP rankings.
The former world number three told La Naciona newspaper: "I'm fine and I want to feel the adrenaline again."
After dispensing with Spanish coach Jose Higueras and Argentinian Horacio de la Pena, Coria believes Gumy is the right man.
"Hernan (Gumy) studies and analyses a lot," said Coria. "He has been watching a lot of videos of 2003, my best year.
"I want to get back to who I was in 2003 and then to do better than that. I'm feeling very comfortable, with a very different feeling to the one I had with other coaches."
Source: Sporting Life
Wednesday, December 27, 2006
Posted by Craig Hickman at 11:39 AM