Diego Schwartzman is already thinking about the 2024 ATP Tour and starting to put together his work team to face it. This Tuesday he announced on his Instagram account who will be his coach: Leonardo Olguín, who had already been his coach between 2016 and 2021.
Working with the Mendoza native, Schwartzman reached the best moments of his career and reached the Top-10 of the Pepperstone ATP Rankings (he was No. 8) in 2020, the same year in which he managed to qualify for the Nitto ATP Finals for the first time.
With this decision, ‘El Peque’ returns to the foundations of his best seasons after constant changes of coach during 2023. In addition to ending his working ties with Alejandro Fabbri and Mariano Monachesi, he also stopped working with Juan Ignacio Chela after seven years together .
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The 31-year-old right-hander traveled from October with Bruno Tiberti until the end of the 2023 ATP Tour. Now he has confirmed a new coach in his box with one intention: to recover his best level and return to the Top-100 of the Pepperstone ATP Ranking.
After posting a 13-25 record in 2023, the four-time ATP Tour champion is currently ranked No. 112, but was as high as No. 136 last September. In the next season he will seek to continue on an upward trend.
“Difficult year to describe sportingly. Year of changes. Of physical and tennis ups and downs. It was difficult to accept that whole process internally, but I was able to finish the last few months feeling competitive and managing to reach 250 victories on the ATP Tour, which was a nice goal,” the Argentine reflected in an Instagram post.
“2024 is coming full of sporting challenges”