Is Robin Soderling working with his new coach?

Soderling took time out Wednesday afternoon to attend the Monte-Carlo Country Club kids’ Christmas party, posing for photos with Santa and signing autographs for the children. Robin Soderling is beginning his 2011 preparations this week at an ATP World Tour training camp in Monte-Carlo after an extended vacation in the Maldives.

“I am actually trying to work on my weaknesses as much as possible, trying to play more aggressive and come to the net a bit more,” said Soderling, who is joined at the training camp by fellow pros Ivan Ljubicic, Andreas Seppi, Simone Bolelli, Fabio Fognini, George Bastl, Benjamin Balleret and Jean-Rene Lisnard. “So far I only practised a couple of days but it’s been really a lot of fun and I am happy to be back on the court again after two weeks vacation.”

“I work a lot on agility and coordination to be faster on the court and also on injury prevention,” said the 26-year-old Swede. Soderling parted ways with Magnus Norman following the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, and said about working with Pistolesi, “We only work 3-4 days together with Claudio. He used to be a good player, has been around for many years and he’s already taught me many new things so I am really looking forward to working with him.”


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