Andy Murray's new coach is former Women's number one Amelie Mauresmo
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Andy Murray has confirmed that he'll be coached by the former Wimbledon women's singles champion Amelie Mauresmo for the grass court season and possibly beyond.
Murray has been without a coach since Ivan Lendl left him back in March and has taken on Mauresmo after he contacted her a few weeks ago.
The Scot spoke about his new coach today: "I'm excited by the possibilities of the new partnership and Amelie is someone I have always looked up to and admired."
"She's faced adversity plenty of times in her career, but was an amazing player and won major titles, including Wimbledon. I have a very strong coaching team already in place, but I think Amelie brings with her experience and tactical expertise and will push us all to improve."
Being coached by a woman won't be anything new for Murray as his mother Judy had that job when he was a young player making his way up through the ranks.
Maursemo was asked if the move was good for the sport at a press conference today: "I guess it is a big story and a step forward for female coaches but that is not my big concern right now.
"I'm happy about the new challenge. I want to help Andy, it is the only thing I have in mind right now."