Andre Agassi set to remain with Grigor Dimitrov for Australian tournaments
Andre Agassi will join Grigor Dimitrov for the Australian section of the 2019 season, it has been reported.
Dimitrov is coming off the back of a wretched 2018, where he dropped from ATP Tour winner and world number three to barely holding onto his top 20 status by the end of the season.
Agassi joined Dimitrov’s coaching team for the Paris Masters in November, as the Bulgarian’s head coach Dani Vallverdu searches for ways to reinvigorate his player.
Andre Agassi in Grigor Dimitrov’s corner for Australian Open https://t.co/L8krNNJYMc
— Michal Samulski (@MichalSamulski) December 20, 2018
Dimitrov failed to impress in Paris, but Agassi’s influence will be retained for now.
He will start his campaign at the Brisbane International – a tournament he has won before – before turning his attentions to the Australian Open.
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