Dave Rineberg Rumoured To Be Ana Ivanovic’s New Coach

by The Insider on February 3, 2009 · 3 comments

in WTA News

I got a great tip today that talks about Ana Ivanovic and her coach situation. At the moment Ana Ivanovic is in the market for a new coach and it has been rumoured that Dave Rineberg, former coach of Venus and Serena Williams has been in talks with dhm Management, the company who represents Ana Ivanovic.

With Ana’s early departure from this years Australian Open tennis tournament the search for a full-time coach has been magnified. Coach Rineberg in Boca Raton Florida earlier today and said, “I’d be honored and thrilled to coach Ms Ivanovic back to #1 on the WTA,” the spot which she held briefly after winning last year’s French Open title. “I think there are only a few coaches who have coached a player to the #1 spot and for me well, I’ve coached the best girls in the world and I think Ms Ivanovic could out do them all.”

The next big tennis tournament is held in March in Key Biscayne Florida and coach Rineberg was asked if he thought he would be coaching there? “You never know how these things go. I can tell you nothing will happen without both of us getting on the court together and feeling comfortable about each other.”

The Austrailian Open was completed on Sunday and the former Rineberg players faired quite well.  Serena Williams won her fourth title and regained the #1 WTA ranking and Venus and Serena together won the womens doubles title.

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Debbie February 6, 2009 at 11:23 pm

He is a great coach. I know his most recent player just won the girls 18′s Orange Bowl. I think he’s in South Florida. I hope she starts with him soon I want to see her back at number 1

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The Insider February 8, 2009 at 7:48 pm

I think Ana really needs a professional coach, because she has done nothing since winning the French Open last year.

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Boca Raton Dating March 22, 2011 at 2:14 am

Really Great post. Very helpful.

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