Britain’s Cameron Norrie has teamed up with Australian Stephen Huss as he looks to return to form in 2024.
Huss won the Wimbledon men’s doubles title in 2005 with Wesley Moodie and will work alongside Norrie’s main coach Facundo Lugones.
The British No 1 has lost 12 of his 16 matches and suffered a shock second-round exit at Wimbledon after losing to American Christopher Eubanks 3-6 6-3 2-6 6-7(3).
The British No 1 has worked with Argentine Lugones for his entire professional career and has had help from experienced Lawn Tennis Association coach James Trotman, who now works with Jack Draper.
Norrie also worked with Texas Christian University coach Devin Bowen but has now decided to bring in someone permanent.