Murray to drop Amelia Mauresmo as his Coach

December 9, 2014

Amelie Mauresmo took a lot of criticism for the deterioration in Andy Murray’s game when she took over as the coach of the Scot player first up.

Many experts said that Murray was going nowhere under the guidance of the Frenchwoman and he should waste no time at all in getting rid of her.

Murray, however, kept his trust intact on Mauresmo and that is paying off now. His game is back on track and he is very close to qualifying for the tour finals.

Mauresmo is a lot different from Ivan Lendl, the man alongside whom Murray worked until the last season.

Lendl was somebody who used to strategize things for Murray. He would impose his thinking on the player.

Mauresmo is not like that. She is very calm and always likes to remain behind the scenes.

Speaking in a programme about her coaching style the other day, Mauresmo said, “You should not try to be a dictator, that’s very important. You have to make things easy for the guy. You can guide him.  But, you cannot force him to play in a certain way.”

“The player should be the main man all the time because he is the one who has to control things out there in the middle. It’s him who has to decide what style he is comfortable with.”

“Coaching somebody of Andy’s potential, it has been a great experience for me, something that I have really enjoyed. A top player always comes to you with difficult queries. It’s your job as a coach to give him the solution.”

“I know the expectations are going to be bigger next season and thus, the pressure will be there as well, but, it’s all about getting yourself prepared. If you are ready both mentally and physically, you will do well most of the time.”

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January 2, 2014

Andy Murray has been knocked out from the ongoing Qatar Open tennis tournament. He lost his pre quarter final match against Florian Mayer of Germany yesterday.

It was Murray’s second defeat in 4 matches this season. He had earlier been defeated by the Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in Abu Dhabi.

It’s not something which would have surprised too many tennis fans. A bit of rustiness from Murray at the start of the ongoing season was expected as he hadn’t had too many matches under his belt in the recent past. He hadn’t played even a single competitive game in the last quarter of the last season.

Murray had actually got off to a decent start against Mayer. He had won the opening set and then, he had gone ahead by 3-0 in the second set, but, thereafter, he lost his grip on the match and found himself on the losing side at the end.

It was a terrible day for Murray all round. He lost his doubles match as well later on in the day.

Talking to the reporters, the Scottish superstar said, “I am feeling a bit weary at the moment, but, that happens when you play after a while. It will take my body some time to get adapted to playing back to back matches at the top level.”

“Honestly speaking, I hadn’t come here with a lot of expectations and that’s because I hadn’t had enough match practice. As far as this match is concerned, I began well, but, couldn’t keep myself going till the end.”

“Although I have lost a couple of matches of late, but, the most important thing for me is that I have managed to get through all the matches without having any injury problems.”

The next tournament for Murray is the Australian Open which is going to start from the 13th of this month.

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