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Andre Agassi and Grigor Dimitrov—it’s for real. The American legend has flown to Paris to join the Bulgarian’s coaching team at this week’s Rolex Paris Masters in Bercy.

The pair were seen working together in the U.S. briefly this summer, and it is not yet known what the details of the current arrangement are.

Dani Vallverdu, Dimitrov’s coach of more than two years, is also in Paris.

It has been a difficult season for Dimitrov, who dropped to 23-18 on the year after a loss to Mikhail Kukushkin at last week’s Erste Bank Open. Dimitrov had his best season in 2017, going 49-19 with four titles and finishing at No.3 in the world after claiming the Nitto ATP Finals title in London in November.

The Bulgarian, currently ranked No.10 in the world, is set to face either Steve Johnson or Roberto Bautista Agut in the second round after a first-round bye.