Andy Murray is in no hurry to look for a new coach: Delgado
Andy Murray has no immediate plans to replace departed coach Ivan Lendl, according to one of the key figures in his support team
Andy Murray has no immediate plans to replace departed coach Ivan Lendl, according to one of the key figures in his support team. Murray announced his split from Lendl on Friday after two spells together which yielded three grand slam titles and two Olympic singles golds. The Scot will continue to work with Jamie Delgado, a long-term member of Murray's coaching set-up, and fitness specialist Matt Little as he tries to reach full strength following his hip injury.
When asked whether Murray will be hiring anyone else imminently, Delgado told Sky Sports: "I don't think so, not at the moment. I think from our point of view, the first situation is to get him totally fit and ready to play the new season. I believe that if we do that then he will get back to a lot of success in the game again," he added.
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