The player announced on his Twitter account on Tuesday morning that Sylvain Bruno and Bianca Andres have ended their professional relationship.
“With all my heart I have decided by mutual agreement to end my coach, teacher and longtime friend Sylvain Bruno and our athlete-coach relationship. I am very grateful for all the successes we have achieved together and our fond memories that our friendship will last forever.” “He’s part of the family more than Sylvain Coach,” the player wrote.
In 2019, the U.S. Bruno sided with her when she won the Open.
“Working with Bianca is definitely an incredible journey and a privilege,” the coach said in a statement. Being his coach I have experienced extraordinary moments and emotions and this is something I have always cherished. Bianca is an athlete and an extraordinary person. Training him for the last few years is a real right. I wish him and his family all the best for the future. I know she is very successful and her best tennis is still ahead of her. ”
Mutual decision is mentioned in the press release, but neither the athlete nor the coach initially knows who raised the idea or desire for this division. Either way, one way or another, the epidemic undoubtedly played a role.
“Although this marks the end of an important chapter in my life and career, I look forward to the idea that I can now spend more time with my family,” added Silvine Bruno. I am also excited for the future in tennis Canada because I will have some extra time to help our team take Canadian tennis to the next level. ”
Almost a month ago as part of a reorganization caused by the departure of Louis Borfiga, Tennis Canada announced that Sylvain Bruno would take full responsibility for professional and transitional women’s tennis while continuing her professional work. ‘Training with Bianca Andrescu.
Borfi promised that he would prioritize his role with Brunei Andrescu while performing his other duties. The Vice President of Elite Development himself, in March 2018, asked the coach to bring the prospective star into his department.
With his new Train box, 256 passes to Bianca AndresE From 4 toE World Rank, Indian Wells and Rogers Cup – now National Bank Open – before making history at Flushing Meadows.
Currently 7E World, the Canadian returns 11-4 this year after a 15-month hiatus with a knee injury.