It would appear that Roger Federer is trying to get his mojo back after slipping to number three in the rankings this summer.
And Paul Annacone is that man the sixteen time Grand Slam champion hopes will help him find his winning ways after going a little off the boil.
Now itâ€™s not been the best of summer for poor old Fed as he was unable to defend both his French Open and Wimbledon titles as well as having to surrender the world number one spot to Rafael Nadal, slipping to number three; his lowest ranking in seven years.
Federer has been without a permanent coach for many years and, it has to be said, enjoyed a rather large amount of success in doing so.
So what can Annacone really bring to the table that could improve Federerâ€™s game at this later stage of his career?
Of course Annacone is very successful, he did coach a chap called Pete Sampras you may have heard of him!
Is Federer just having a bit of a slump period, it happens to everyone Nadal at the end of last season, Murray for most of this season, or is he on the decline?
After his surprise loss to Tomas Berdych at Wimbledon this year many jumped on the Federer Is On The Way Out bandwagon.
But what appears to have happened to the Swiss number one is his intensity has dropped and perhaps his desire has deminished a little and maybe a coach is exactly what is required to re-light that fire.
And while I think that he may struggle to compete with a 100% fit Rafa Nadal, who is without a shadow of a doubt the best player in the world at the moment, Federer can still bring a lot to the ATP.
With the U.S. Open just weeks away can Federer win another Grand Slam title? And will he every return to the top of the world rankings?