| Tennis News | Wednesday April 17 2013 15:00
South African tennis star Kevin Anderson seems to be benefiting from having a Kiwi coach.
GD Jones started working with Anderson at the start of the year, corresponding with a big leap in the rankings.
Anderson has risen 11 places to a career high 26 and is into the second round of the Monte Carlo Masters, surprising himself on the clay.
He says clay is not a surface he grew up on but he thinks he can do well on the surface if he moves well.
Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal open their accounts in Monte Carlo overnight.
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