World No 1’s coach still thinks she can improve after glory in Melbourne

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Final week Ashleigh Barty was topped the 2022 Australian Open champion after she beat Danielle Collins within the remaining, making her the primary Aussie to win the season opening Grand Slam in 44 years.
The world No 1 now has three Grand Slam titles to her title and has been within the prime spot within the rankings for 113th weeks total, and counting – however her coach Craig Tyzzer nonetheless thinks she has room for enchancment, regardless of admitting she’s come a great distance over the previous three years.
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“There are nonetheless areas we’re engaged on and he or she wants to enhance – I gained’t let you know which of them as a result of I’d reveal too many secrets and techniques, however she nonetheless has room for enchancment,” Tyzzer revealed throughout a press convention following Barty’s victory.
“What I believe she does better of all is she enjoys herself, she enjoys taking part in, for instance tonight we knew of the pitfalls Danielle Collins would convey – how will we beat a participant who hits corners and kills you if you happen to drop a brief ball? For her, that is one of the best half.
“I believe her consistency, her capability to play and adapt to totally different gamers, even right this moment in several circumstances was her nice enchancment – she is a a lot better tennis participant than she was in 2019.”
Though the 24-year-old gained Wimbledon final yr and performed within the US Open, she couldn’t play at Roland Garros on account of damage and he or she needed to bow out for the rest of the season after reaching the third spherical at Flushing Meadows on account of exhaustion, however Tyzzer thinks this did her the world of fine.

Tyzzer defined: “She wanted to take a break after Wimbledon, we performed slightly greater than anticipated, she was exhausted, she could be very drained mentally.
“She labored laborious to win at Wimbledon and put plenty of stress on herself to get to the US Open, however she struggled there.
“She didn’t make sense to play on the finish of the season, that’s why I advised her to drop every thing, go to the preseason and look ahead to the Australian summer time.”
And that’s precisely what Barty did, she missed out on Indian Wells, the WTA Finals and the Billie Jean King Cup Finals, however in the end it helped her add to her tally of main titles and obtain her first Grand Slam win on house soil.

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