Tennis player Dominic Thiem's ​​new tour partner

The former world No. 3 has a new coach at the tournament in Szekesfehervar.

Dominic Thiem, who will play again for ATP points at the Challenger level in Szekesfehervar this week, will initially be accompanied on tour by former Latvian professional Karlis Lejniks. His brother and manager Moritz Thiem revealed this on Monday.

“He's a player and traveled with Dominic. The whole thing will be tried this week and then we'll see what happens,” the manager said of the former No. 347 in the ATP rankings.
Prior to the trip to Hungary, Thiem was at the Rafael Nadal Academy in Mallorca, where he trained with Jordanian Abdullah Shelboy (ATP 230th). “He played a lot of points in preparation for the first match,” explained Moritz Thiem.

According to the former US Open winner's manager, work was especially done on technique and shot. “So he's good again and getting a lot of fitness because there was a lot of catching up to do.” Although Thiem is at the top of the Sexfeherver, but can only qualify in the first two rounds, according to him, Thiem can get back into the game brother “Of course now is a big challenge. After a long time without competitions, now you have to find your rhythm again and fight your way.

After Szekesfehervar, Dominic Thiem wants to play Challengers in Zadar and Napoli. He will be on the entry list for the ATP 250 tournament in Estoril from April 1.

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