SEP. 23 • Kim's sports marketing agency Golazo has announced today that Wim Fissette is no longer coaching Kim. The pair had been working together for long but Wim became Kim's full-time coach at the beginning of Kim's 'second career', in 2009.
Their collaboration proved to be rather successful, with Kim winning three majors and regaining the No.1 spot. However, Wim Fissette had not felt quite at ease recently and found it a bit difficult to find his place since the arrival of Carl Maes (Kim's former coach) in the team earlier this year.
Kim reacted, saying that 'it is a real pity that Wim leaves. I would like to thank him for the wonderful years we have worked together and wish him all the best. I feel pretty good and am very motivated to get ready for the new season.'