The 30 greatest players turned coaches

[post_page_title]Ivan Lendl[/post_page_title]
At his prime, Ivan Lendl was the number one tennis player in the world and in 1980 he was successful in leading Czechoslovakia to its only Davis Cup Championship. He retired at a fairly young age, just 34, due to a damaged back. At the time he was ranked at No. 30. But Lendl’s presence was still felt in the world of tennis as he set his sights on coaching. Some of the world’s biggest stars have been coached by the former No. 1, including current No. 1 Andy Murray, and is still by his side.
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