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July 23, 2018
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Roger Rasheed is the third coach to walk out on Lleyton Hewitt, whois a short-tempered boss with an overbearing family. – (The Age — 7 January, 2007)
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THE one thing Darren Cahill, Jason Stoltenberg and Roger Rasheedhave in common is that, as former coaches of Lleyton Hewitt, theyhave all jumped without being pushed. They either found itimpossible to work in such a poisonous environment or could nottolerate the on-court abuse. Or both. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 8 January, 2007)
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Lleyton Hewitt today announced former touring professional Scott Draper will act as his coach at next weeks Australian Open Hewitt split with Roger Rasheed last weekend after three-and-a-half yea (ABC News — 19 hours ago)
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Lleyton Hewitt has withdrawn from the Sydney International, citinga calf injury, hours after his coach Roger Rasheed’s abruptresignation. – (The Age — 6 January, 2007)
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THE man regarded as the ideal next coach for Lleyton Hewitt hasruled himself out of contention in any capacity. Wally Masur hascommentary commitments and a family he has no wish to leave forextended periods, and said yesterday he was not a candidate. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 8 January, 2007)
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Lleyton Hewitt will be coached by his ex-Davis Cup teammate ScottDraper for the Australian Open. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 17 hours ago)
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Lleyton Hewitt’s coach Roger Rasheed has quit his role withAustralia’s No. 1 tennis player. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 5 January, 2007)
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