Roger Federer ends coaching partnership with Stefan Edberg
Roger Federer has announced that his coaching partnership with Stefan Edberg has come to an end.
The Swiss, who has been working with the former world number one for the last two years, described training with his boyhood hero as “a dream come true”.
Federer wrote on Facebook: “After two very successful years, I would like to thank Stefan Edberg, my childhood idol, for agreeing to join my team. It was a dream come true. ”
Although it was supposed to only be for 2014, Stefan was great and agreed to extend the partnership through this year which I really appreciated.
He taught me so much and his influence on my game will remain. He will always be a part of my team.” Federer also announced that Ivan Ljubicic has joined his camp to work alongside head coach Severin Luthi.