In his press conference today Guillermo Coria said that, although he has moved to California (Palm Springs), he has only committed to working with new coach Jose Higueras through Wimbledon.
"I hired him especially because I want to go to a higher level. We are starting to work together, and we are going through a period where we are getting to know each other now. We will work together until Wimbledon, and then after that we will see if we are continuing together or not. I would like it very much because he's a person who's had very good results as a player but also as a coach. He has a lot of experience. He's someone very simple, very calm. Precisely when I was playing bad, he remained very relaxed, very calm, and he told me to relax and think about what I had to do. So this helped me a lot, although I was playing bad, to keep calm and continue to play."