Tennis.com has reported that Chilean Fernando Gonzalez will begin working with Darren Cahill in the weeks preceding the year's 2nd major, the French Open.
Gonzalez wrote on his website:
"I want to announce that I will begin to work with Australian Darren Cahill, a coach that got a lot of results with Agassi and Hewitt at their best moments and in different years. It won’t be full time because of his obligations but I trust he will help my aggressive tennis with the best tactical moves of the Australian school."
Gonzalez has always had a ton of talent, but it's been controlling his monster forehand and serve that has caused problems, especially late in matches when his shots begin to break down. Example, the Roddick/Gonzo match at this year's Australian. I think Cahill can implement a few nice tricks into 'Nando's game. There's no denying it's an intriguing pairing.
As part of the Adidas Development program, Cahill is also giving guidance to Caroline Wozniacki, Ana Ivanovic, Fernando Verdasco, Daniela Hantuchova and Sorana Cirstea.