Plea for coaches

SYDNEY ? Todd Woodbridge has pleaded with Tennis Australia to loosen the purse strings and lure the country's premier coaches back into the local system.

Woodbridge says the game needs urgent attention in Australia to avoid become yesterday's sport.

The 16-times grand slam champion and winner of a world-record 83 doubles titles reveals his concerns in his book, titled "Todd Woodbridge ? the remarkable story of the world's greatest doubles player'' ? to be released today.



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