LONDON (AP) - Britain's Lawn Tennis Association says Paul Annacone has stepped down as its head coach of men's tennis.
Annacone steps down as LTA head coach →
"It's like it always is with these guys; it's just a couple points," said Federer's coach, Paul Annacone, who also worked with Sampras. "The third set was obviously pivotal, and Roger played a couple of the big points a little bit better."
Federer, Murray set for historic Wimbledon final →