Tim Henman: Andy Murray doesn't need a new coach
Andy Murray doesn't need to hire a new coach following his latest split with Ivan Lendl, according to former British number one Tim Henman
Andy Murray doesn't need to hire a new coach following his latest split with Ivan Lendl, according to former British number one Tim Henman. Murray announced he was parting company with Lendl again on Friday after two spells together which yielded three Grand Slam titles and two Olympic singles golds.
But Henman, a close friend of Murray's, believes Jamie Delgado is more than capable of filling in, having served as a long-term member of the Scot's coaching team. "With Andy's experience and knowledge of the game, I wouldn't think he needs to bring another person into the team," Henman said.
"He's got Jamie who played to a decent level and did a very good coaching job with Gilles Muller first, and has been with Andy for a good couple of years and understands him as well as anyone."
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