Robson keeping options open
Laura Robson is undecided whether to employ Miles Maclagan as her full-time coach as she looks to impress at Wimbledon.
The 19-year-old has opted to team up with Andy Murray's former coach to try and get back on track after a recent poor run of results.
The left-hander took some notable scalps last year but, despite showing promise, has failed to make the expected progress in 2013, with several first-round exits around the world.
She split with Croatian Zeljko Krajan just before the French Open and opted to bring in Maclagan and the pair have been working hard in the run-up to the SW19 showpiece.
And, despite admitting that things are going well, she confessed that: "For the moment it is temporary but we will see how it goes."
The Londoner managed to beat both Li Na and Kim Clijsters at last year's US Open but has fallen to players ranked well below her in recent times, and she is hoping to draw on her big-match experience to shine at the All England Club.
"I tend to play well in the big matches so I'm hopeful it will stay that way for Wimbledon," she added. "I think all players tend to try to hit their best around the 'Slams and peak for those events.
"I have practised at Wimbledon on the courts so I'm getting ready and hopefully it will go well."