Tim Henman to keenly watch Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic with their new coaches

Asked about Federer still going strong as a player at the age of 32 when most players of his age had retired, Henman said the tennis fans would miss him when the great Swiss retires from the game and advised them to enjoy his game till it lasts.

updated: January 12, 2014 20:19 IST
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Mumbai: Former British tennis player Tim Henman today said it will be interesting to see what changes Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic bring in their games after employing new coaches.

Swiss legend Federer has roped in former world no. 1 Stefan Edberg while the Serbian has engaged former German great Boris Becker as his coach.

"I am very interested to see how this is going to work. I will be interested to see if Federer and (Novak) Djokovic are going to play a little bit differently," said the 39-year-old former British number one.

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