Stan Wawrinka all but confirms he’s rejoined forces with coach Magnus Norman

by Ajit Singh Khanna | Posted on Saturday, April 28th, 2018 | 0

Stan Wawrinka has all but confirmed he’s back with coach Magnus Norman through a social media post.

Wawrinka won all of his three Grand Slam titles under Norman, but the duo surprisingly ended their partnership of four years last October citing personal reasons.

Their split came just a couple of months after the Swiss was dumped out in the first round of Wimbledon. He later revealed that he was struggling with a knee injury, following which he went under the knife.

However, since making his comeback in January, Wawrinka has been struggling big time. A dismal 3-4 record in 2018, including a second-round exit from the Australian Open, speaks for itself.

To make things worse, the 33-year-old was forced to pull out of February’s ATP tournament in Marseille, France, due to issues with his knee again. And, he hasn’t played since.

But, it seems like Wawrinka has rejoined forces with Norman after he took shared a picture of the two together on a clay court.

Meanwhile, Wawrinka is expected to launch his comeback at the next month’s Mutua Madrid Open.

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