Grancanaria tennis player Carla Suarez She will stop being trained by Óscar Serrano at the end of this season and will be "technically advised" by Marc Casabó in 2020, reports the press office of the Grancanaria player on Friday.
Óscar Serrano was the coach of Carla Suárez in the last two seasons, since October 2017, but both have decided to separate their trajectories from "mutual agreement".
"I thank Oscar for the great work he has done with us during these last two seasons. I was convinced, from the first moment, that he would know how to give me an extra and that's how it has been when circumstances have allowed us to compete to the fullest. He has been a very person important in this part of my career and I will always be grateful for his great professionalism every day, "said Suarez.
For his part, Óscar Serrano has declared himself "very satisfied" for having worked with Carla Suárez in these last two years. "We have both learned each other in this sporting relationship, and Carla's constant commitment to improve as an athlete has been impeccable. It has been a pleasure working with her at this time and I wish her the best for the future," said Serrano.
As a pupil of Serrano, Carla Suárez returned to the quarterfinals of Indian Wells, the Australian Open and the US Open in the 2018 season, matching her best results in California, Melbourne and New York. She also managed to climb to the fourth round of Wimbledon in 2019, touching the 'roof' of his London grass race.
Immersed in a process of rehabilitation in the back, with an estimated period of inactivity of three to four weeks, Carla Suárez already announced that he will not return to competition until 2020.