I've posted this already in news articles but hey ho. Never too much Andy.http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/tennis/27136152
I'd say there may have been 7 or 8 on the list but reading between lines it sounds like a decision is pretty close once formalities have been completed. Really like that he wants someone to fit in with the team he has and doesn't want them ditched.
It makes sense that he wants to keep his team given how loyal and supportive they've been. and I think he would find them very hard to replace as well, so no point in giving himself any more grief.
I could be wrong, but my feeling is that a decision isn't imminent given that he's only had ten days to get round to really doing anything about it. I don't doubt his trip to Paris may have had something to do with a new coach, but simply testing a prospective one out rather than finalising an agreement, and contracts can take days or even weeks to sort out to everyone's satisfaction. Fortunately he still has a good ten days before Madrid in which to mull things over and possibly take some action.