Who is the first Arab coach in Grand Slam tournaments?

Who is the first Arab coach in Grand Slam tournaments?
Who is the first Arab coach in Grand Slam tournaments?
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At the beginning of his coaching career, Tunisian Malek Jaziri officially became the coach of Canadian player Vasek Pospisil, world champion in the “Davis 2022” cup with his country, and ranked 99 in the world in the ranking of professional tennis players.

Since taking over the reins of his supervision, Malek Jaziri succeeded late last year in leading Pospisil to crown the Canadian Open “Drummondville” and then reached the second round of the “Adelaide” tournament before leaving the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam tournament since the first round.

Al-Jaziri said: “The idea of ​​training was with me, like other tennis players, and by virtue of my good relationship with the Canadian player, Vasek Pospisil, I did not hesitate when he offered me to supervise his training, especially since he is a distinguished player and aspires to win all the tournaments in which he participates.”

He added, “Pospisil is a player who promises a lot. I think it was very important at the beginning of my coaching career to coach one of the best players in Canada, and one of the 100 best ranked players in the world. He won the World Cup for the game, the Davis Cup and was one of the Canadian national team members in that tournament.” And that was before I supervised his training, and we also crowned the Canadian Open tournament together, but luck did not lead him to achieve good results in the Australian Grand Championship. We will continue to work and our ambitions are great to achieve good results.

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Regarding the upcoming participations that await him with his player, Al-Jaziri said: “The Montpellier Championship awaits us in France next March, which will be the biggest challenge for the Canadian player and for me personally, and it is within the French track, which precedes the French Open Championship “Roland Garros” 2023. He continued, “We have big stakes ahead, and it’s an interesting experience for me.”

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