After four years of collaboration with Sylvain Bruneau, Bianca Andreescu announced via social networks that she was going to change coaches.
Bianca Andreescu decided to make a change. Eliminated in the first round of Roland-Garros by the future semi-finalist Tamara Zidansek, the Canadian announced this Tuesday via her official account Twitter qu’she has decided to put an end to her collaboration, which began four years ago, with her trainer Sylvain Bruneau. « It is with a heavy heart that I wish to inform you that with my trainer, my mentor and my long-time friend Sylvain Bruneau, we have taken a joint decision to end our incredible collaboration. Our friendship will be eternal. It has been four incredible years. I am very grateful for all that we have been able to achieve together and for all these great memories. Sylvain was more than a coach, he is a member of my family. »
– Bianca (@Bandreescu_) June 8, 2021
A separation that Sylvain Bruneau also confirmed via a press release in which he confides that ” working with Bianca Andreescu was an absolutely amazing journey and a privilege “. Alongside the Canadian when the latter won the US Open in 2019 at the expense of Serena Williams, the technician assures that he has ” experienced extraordinary moments and emotions “With” an athlete and an exceptional person ». « It has been a real privilege to be able to train him over the past few years. I wish him and his family the best for the future, adds Sylvain Bruneau. I know she will be very successful and her best tennis is still ahead of her ».
Currently seventh player in the world, Bianca Andreescu will have to build a new team around her when her former coach will now be able to take charge of professional women’s tennis within the Canadian Tennis Federation.