|Born||5 January 1976|
|Highest ranking||No. 622 (23 October 1995)|
|Highest ranking||No. 448 (25 November 1996)|
|Coaching career (2007)|
|Coaching awards and records|
Swiss Coach of the Year (2017)
Lüthi grew up in Stettlen, on the outskirts of Bern. He played tennis in his youth and once beat Gustavo Kuerten. He gave up tennis at the age of 20 and served a commercial apprenticeship with his father's company.
He briefly attended university, but found that it did not interest him. Instead, he got involved in sports, first soccer, then as assistant coach of the Swiss Davis Cup team in 2002 when Peter Carter was killed in an automobile accident in South Africa. After three years, he was promoted to team captain.
He has toured with Federer since 2007.
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