Australian Stephen Huss, who won the Wimbledon men’s doubles title with Wesley Moodie In 2005, he will work with Norrie’s head coach, Facundo Lugones.
The British number one struggled in the second half of the season, losing 12 of his 16 matches after being eliminated in the second round of Wimbledon.
Norrie confirmed to the agency more: “I will do 10 to 12 weeks with him, plus weeks of training, to help me, to help Facu and simply stay fresh and have a different eye. “I don’t know him very well, but I’ve heard a lot of good things about him, and I think he’s very good for the team as a whole.”
Norrie has worked with Argentinian Lugones, whom he met while studying at Texas Christian University, in his professional career.
“These are both of our ideas, but more on Facu,” Norrie said. “I think it’s key to keep things fresh with your coach. I always travel with Facu. “We haven’t had any problems with that, but I think it’s good to have someone else.”
Meanwhile, Norrie started his preseason by walking through the snowy mountains of France and staying in a motor home. “They want to test me a little bit. I have never seen the mountains there.
“I like to walk, but I have never walked very far. I bought new shoes this week to prepare for that. We checked the weather, and it was -12, so I also had a big jacket. We will bring food, tea and cards. “It should be good.”