Roger Federer says he does not support on-court coaching

The Women's Tennis Association has allowed limited on-court coaching since 2009, with players able to call for their coaches at one changeover per set, and between sets.

updated: March 14, 2014 12:44 IST
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Indian Wells, USA: Roger Federer, something of a tennis purist, hopes the innovation of on-court coaching adopted on the WTA Tour doesn't come to men's tennis.

"If it does happen, it's hopefully after I'm done playing," the 17-time Grand Slam champion said Thursday after booking his semi-final berth at Indian Wells, where the ATP Masters tournament is combined with a WTA event.

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