Richard Krajicek has been added to Stanislas Wawrinka's coaching staff for the grasscourt season, the Swiss world number five has confirmed.
World number five Stan Wawrinka has announced he will work with former Wimbledon champion Richard Krajicek for the grass-court season.
The Swiss player, who reached the semi-finals of the recent French Open, will join forces with Krajicek for the first time at London's Queen's Club tournament.
Wawrinka has never been beyond the quarter-finals at Wimbledon and said it will be a "privilege" to add the 1996 champion to his coaching team, which includes Magnus Norman and Yannick Fattebert.
"As I'm always looking to improve on court, I would like to take this opportunity to announce as of immediately that I have added Richard Krajicek to my existing coaching staff to help during the grass-court season for the next four weeks," Wawrinka posted on his Facebook page.
"Magnus, Yannick and I are really excited about the new addition to our team - adding a former Wimbledon champion can only further my knowledge and understanding of the grass.
"It's a real privilege and honour to add such a champion to my corner."