Novak Djokovic is now part of the creme de la creme of men's tennis, having clinched his first Grand Slam title. But little known is that the foundation of his pristine shotmaking was carefully crafted by a female coach.
Since a semifinal loss to Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open semifinals, Roger Federer has been the face of scrutiny. And the perpetual pressure the world No. 1 endures is unlikely to subside. Perhaps a full-time, devoted coach is in order.
Lindsay Davenport became a first-time mother in June, returned to the court in July and announced she'll play doubles in August. Still, don't expect to see the former No. 1 playing singles anytime soon.