It is that time of the year again when tennis gets set to welcome the first Grand Slam.
This year, Australian Open will once again see big names battle it out for the title. Helping them in 2014 though, will be former greats and legends.
Take a look.
Novak Djokovic is coming from a win in Abu Dhabi. The Serbian may have lost his number 1 ATP rank but expect him to fight hard in the Australian Open once again.
After all, he has had a three-year reign at Melbourne Park!
Djokovic will have the support and guidance of legendary Boris Becker.
"He is a true legend, someone who has great tennis knowledge and his experience will help me win new trophies from the Grand Slams and other tournaments," Djokovic had said in a statement issued late last year.
Another man who will be hunting hard to make up for lost ground is Roger Federer.
The veteran player has hired Stefan Edberg as coach.
Federer has been sweating it out at Melbourne Park in the run-up to the Australian Open.
He had earlier said that having the former world number one and a six-time major winner would be of immense help.
"Stefan was my childhood hero, and I am really looking forward to spending time and learning from him," Federer had previously said.
Ivan Lendl is going to help Britain's Andy Murray this year.
While Murray will be looking to deliver solid performances, Lendl would be keen on landing metaphoric blows on arch-rival Boris Becker.
While Murray - ranked fourth in the ATP circuit - will look to add to his titles, he has already played down Lendl's rovaly with Becker.
"I personally don't think there will be renewal of a rivalry," he had said. ""It is the preparation where the coaches can make a really good difference. We will have to see how it goes from here."
Away from all the glamour of hiring former stars as coaches, world number 1 Rafael Nadal is going about his business as usual.
He has chosen keep his coaches withing the family and remains under the guidance of uncle Toni Nadal.