Former No. 1 Edberg had worked as part of coach Luthi’s team.
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Roger Federer has rejigged his coaching team for next year by parting company with Stefan Edberg and bringing Ivan Ljubicic on board, the 17-time Grand Slam champion said Wednesday.Former world No. 1 Edberg had worked as part of a team led by Federer's long-term coach Severin Luthi since January 2014, a period in which the 34-year-old revived his career without adding to his tally of Grand Slam titles.Swede Edberg released a statement to the ATP thanking Federer for what he described as a "wonderful two years".Federer, who finished 2015 ranked third in the world after winning six titles, will start next season at the Brisbane International in January.
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