& # 39; I have no loyalties & # 39 ;: get to know the & # 39; secret weapon & # 39; from Australia paid to suppress the American RUIN Ash Barty & # 39; s Wimbledon fairy tale as her emerging fortune is revealed
- Australian strategic analyst planning the fall of Ash Barty's Wimbledon on Monday
- Craig O & # 39; Shannessy collaborates with Barty & # 39; s fourth-round American opponent Alison Riske
- Australian says he has no loyalty to Australia when it comes to sport
- Ranked 55 in the world, Riske is already a world number one Barty
An Australian tennis master genius will be responsible if Ash Barty crashes out of the fourth round of Wimbledon on Monday.
Strategy analyst Craig O & Shannessy does not apologize for turning off the The demise of today's Australian world number one as she prepares to compete against the American world, ranked at 55 Alison Riske on Monday evening (Australian Eastern Standard Time).
Hemmed down as one of the best tennis analysts in the company, O & Shannessy has been approached by Riske's camp to build a game plan that can cause astonishment against Barty to end her recent dream drive since winning the French Open .
Australian tennis sensation Ash Barty hopes to continue her dream run at Wimbledon
& # 39; I don't work for Tennis Australia & # 39 ;, O & # 39; Shannessy told AAP.
& # 39; Tennis is a global game. I have no loyalties. & # 39;
O & # 39; Shannessy was the most important strategist for the mens world one and reigning champion of Wimbledon Novak Djokovic for the last two and a half years while watching a 15th grand slam title.
He is also ATP & # 39; s and the main tournament organist of Wimbledon.
Barty did not drop a set during the first week of Wimbledon and is on track to become the biggest earner in Australian tennis history.
She has won $ 14.8 million in prize money so far.
A $ 4.2 million boost to her bank balance will bring her earnings to $ 19 million next week as she claims her second consecutive grand slam.
Barty is already the third highest earner in Australian tennis, behind Sam Stosur ($ 26 million) and Lleyton Hewitt (just under $ 30 million).
Riske & # 39; s coach Billy Heiser believes his player can cause problems for Barty.
The current world number one Ash Barty goes in the fourth round clash Monday against Wimbledon against the American opponent Alison Riske (photo) as the red favorite
& # 39; I know he works with Novak and I just asked him if he was willing to sit down and discuss some things, & # 39; said Riske & # 39; s coach Billy Heiser.
& # 39; And he passed some things for one of our other games and I asked him if he could do a few things against Ash. I hope it disturbs some things. But Ash is the number 1 in the world for a reason. & # 39;
The winner of Monday's game is likely to book a quarter-final with world number 11 Serena Williams.
The in-form Riske has every right to go into her match with Barty, calmly convinced of causing a boilover and achieving her best ever result with a grand slam.
Australian strategy analyst Craig O & # 39; Shannessy has devised a game plan for Alison Riske to upset the Australian Ash Barty
American tennis player Alison Riske (photo) has worked with an Australian secret weapon to try to cause a stunning Wimbledon zone
She has already beat one above the Australian, Barty in straight sets in their only encounter three years ago.
Riske has already caused two problems during week one of Wimbledon against the Croatian world number 22 Donna Vekic and the Swiss number 13 Belinda Bencic.
Barty still remembers her only confrontation with Riske three years ago.
& # 39; When Alison's back was against the wall, she produced her best tennis, & # 39; she told reporters.
& # 39; I guess that's no secret. You ask every opponent who plays Alison, she is ready for battle, making sure you work for every point.
& # 39; It will be very important for me to go out there and bring my race, grab my chances when I get them.
& # 39; I also know that she likes to play on the grass square. She lets me play a million balls. I have to be at my best. & # 39;
Top tennis analyst Craig O & # 39; Shannessy (left) is part of the (right) team of Novak Djokovic
O & # 39; Shannessy was born in Albury on the border of NSW and Victoria and is now based in Texas. He has been training on the tennis circuit for 20 years.
O & # 39; Shannessy is no stranger to inventing the demise of Australia & # 39; s best.
He is the brain behind the world. No.262 Melinda Czinks overwhelming victory in the first round wins the 10th seed Samantha Stosur at Wimbledon in 2011.
Stosur won her first grand slam at the US Open two months later.
O & # 39; Shannessy laughs with suggestions that he is a traitor to Australia.
& # 39; I love Australian tennis & # 39 ;, he told AAP.
& # 39; I am always available to help. & # 39;
Australian superstar Ash Barty has to drop another set while watching an Wimbledon quarterfinals
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