Roger Federer revealed via a tweet yesterday that he spent the last week training with Stefan Edberg in Dubai.
Stefan Edberg just finished doing a training week with me and my team.It was great spending time with one of my childhood heroes!
— Roger Federer (@rogerfederer) December 16, 2013
With Federer coachless at the moment after letting Paul Annacone go after the US Open, there is some speculation that maybe the 6-time Grand Slam champion Edberg might take over the reigns.
Or maybe Federer just wanted to hit with one of his idols. Or work on his net game. Or learn Swedish. Or learn how to grow old without showing it. Or…
Since retiring from the tour, the 47-year-old Edberg has never been involved in coaching top players.
Federer is due back on court at Brisbane in two weeks.
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