Pay per head sportsbooks were very happy to learn that Dutchman Sven Groeneveld linked up with Maria Sharapova as her new coach.
After Wimbledon, the Russian player split from long-term coach Thomas Hogstedt, and price per head services remember that she briefly worked with Jimmy Connors for only one match before parting ways with the American.
In recent weeks, Sharapova was working with Groeneveld, and pay per head sportsbooks found out that the player is happy with the new partnership, and her fans believe that she made a very good move in choosing the coach.
The player wrote on her Facebook page: “I’m happy to announce my official partnership with Sven Groeneveld.
“We’ve been working together since I got back on the court and after seeing him on the opposing side for so many years, I’m excited to have him become a part of my team.
“It has been a very seamless transition and I have had a lot of fun with the hard work we have put in so far. Looking forward to the year ahead.”
Groeneveld, who has plenty of experience in the game and is very well known on the woman’s tour and with pay per head sportsbooks around the world, coached Mary Pierce, Ana Ivanovic, Caroline Wozniacki, Monica Seles, as well as other players.
Her new coach will look over Sharapova’s rehabilitation in her effort to return from the shoulder injury which put her on the sidelines since August, concerning many fans and pay per head sportsbooks alike.
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And pay per head sportsbooks all over the world are very eager to see Sharapova, who is currently the world No 4, make her competitive comeback at the Brisbane International, which will get underway on December 30.
Many of Sharapova’s fans believe that her new partnership with Groeneveld will prove to be very fruitful, and pay per head sportsbooks are very confident that this will help the player clinch many victories in future matches.