Günther Bosch

Günther Bosch (* 1. March 1937 in Braşov (German crowning city), Romania) is a Romania-German tennis coach. He trained Boris Becker and was a coach of the national team for the German tennis new generation.

Its study at the sport university of Bucharest, ends with its thesis (diploma) over the psychology in the tennis.

1974 set Bosch off after a youth tournament in Saarbruecken .

In the year 1984 he becomes after the first successful participation of Boris Becker in Wimbledon its a coach, at the same time takes over ion Tiriac the manager position. Günther Bosch gives its old place up for this position as a coach of the national team for the German tennis new generation. It leads Boris Becker twice one behind the other 1985 and 1986 to the Wimbledonsieg.

1987 separate Boris Becker again from Bosch. The German tennis star justifies this with the words: “I need a coach, who does not watch out day and night for me”. Successor of Günther Bosch becomes franc William thick.

Today it in Monte Carlo lives. It leads a tennis college in close proximity to Berlin at the skirmish lake, in addition he is a book author and TV-commentator.

See also: Portal: South-east Europe/Romania


 

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