Nicolas Jarry splits with his coach at dawn of Vienna Open
At the dawn of his participation to the qualifications draw of the Erste Bank Open 500 in Vienna, Chilean player has announced a significant change in his career. He is parting ways with Martin Rodriguez, the coach with whom he had been working for more than seven years.
“Thank you Martin for all these years of dedication, effort and life teachings, which formed the basis of who I am today and which will be the pillar of my future career,” wrote the 24-year-old in an Instagram post.
“Today we take new paths, but I am sure that roasts, golf and family will continue to join us forever”. Jarry has achieved his best results this year, having reached the 38th position of the world singles ranking in July and conquered the 2019 edition of the Swedish Open, his lone ATP singles title.
However, the Chilean has been suffering a six-straight-losses streak right after winning in Bastad. He is currently working with Javier Frana, who might by at his side in Vienna according to Tenis Al Maximo. The World No. 78 will face Bosnian Damir Dzumhur in his debut at the 2019 Erste Bank Open.
His next stop after Austria is believed to be Paris’ Master 1000, which will be followed by the Davis Cup in Madrid.