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SI Tennis' Courtney Nguyen talks with former player and Kei Nishikori's current coach, Michael Chang, ahead of Wimbledon and the summer hard court season. 

By SI.com Staff
June 18, 2015

Less than a week until the third Grand Slam tournament at Wimbledon, SI Tennis' Courtney Nguyen talks with former player and current coach Michael Chang. After becoming the most successful Asian American in the game, winning the French Open as a 17-year-old in 1989 and earning the No. 2 ranking in 1996, Chang details his role on Kei Nishikori's team and explains how he's helping Asian tennis reach new heights with the World No. 5-ranked player. As Wimbledon nears, Chang also shares his thoughts on the modern grass game and how equipment has changed since his days as a pro.

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