There's nothing new in this, I just thought it should be kept for posterity that ESPN took news from AR.com
Roddick fires coach, hires brother
ESPN.com news services
Andy Roddick fired Dean Goldfine after a little more than a year as his coach and hired his older brother John Roddick, according to his Web site.
Goldfine will stay on with Andy Roddick as a consultant.
John Roddick's role will begin immediately, starting with Friday's first round Davis Cup tie against Romania in La Jolla, Calif.
John Roddick is the third coach in the last 14 months for the world's No. 3 ranked player. Goldfine was hired in December of 2004 after Andy Roddick fired Brad Gilbert, who had been his coach since June of 2003.
Andy Roddick's only Grand Slam title came under Gilbert in 2003 when he won the U.S. Open. He lost in the fourth round of last month's Australian Open to Marcos Baghdatis
John Roddick was an All-American tennis player at the University of Georgia from 1996 to 1998. Since 2002, John has served as the Director of the Roddick-Moros International Tennis Academy in San Antonio, Texas both training and traveling with top ITF juniors.
Information from andyroddick.com contributed to this report.