Maria Sharapova says she will continue to work with coach Riccardo Piatti at the US Open but is unsure of her long-term plans. Sharapova has been working with Piatti, who has previously coached Novak Djokovic, throughout the summer and the pair will continue their partnership at the final Grand Slam of the year in New York.
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The five-time major champion is yet to make any decisions on her long-term coaching set up but she is enjoying working with Piatti. “I’m not sure. It’s still a work in progress. But Riccardo will be with me in New York,” she said. “I just crashed his summer camp in Elba.
I didn’t know Elba existed until I knew he was there. “I still have to continue to look to play a few more practice matches. I feel there is a lot of things I want to improve. Yeah, it’s endless. “I came off of Wimbledon just wanting to simplify things, and I think that’s what I really liked and the approach that Riccardo had, as well, in the couple of weeks I spent with him.”