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LUNDGREN SET FOR DAVIS CUP POST
The Lawn Tennis Association have reportedly recruited Roger Federer's former coach Peter Lundgren to work alongside new Davis Cup captain John Lloyd.
Lundgren parted company with Federer in late 2003 when the Swiss player surprisingly opted to go without a coach, and has more recently worked with Russian Marat Safin.
He and Safin dissolved their working relationship last month.
The 41-year-old Swede is likely to begin his new role ahead of Great Britain's Euro/Africa Zone Group I relegation play-off against Ukraine in Odessa which takes place over the weekend of September 22-24.
Lloyd told the Sunday Telegraph: "He's one of the top 10 coaches in the world.
"I think the guys are very lucky to have him. The other important thing is that he used to work for the Swiss federation.
"Federer found him through the Davis Cup, so he knows the ins and outs of that system as well as working with two incredible players in Federer and Safin."
The LTA have yet to confirm Lundgren's appointment, but it appears to be another ambitious move on their behalf.
In July they hired American Brad Gilbert to work with them but primarily to act as Andy Murray's coach.
Gilbert coached Andre Agassi and Andy Roddick to Grand Slam success and his involvement has already had a positive impact on Murray's results.
The apparent move for Lundgren comes six weeks after his former doubles partner Jeremy Bates resigned as Davis Cup coach following a series of increasingly embarrassing defeats, culminating in a stunning loss to Israel at Eastbourne.