Murray remains in no hurry to appoint a new coach
Andy Murray is in no rush to appoint a new coach thanks to his impressive form in recent weeks.
The world No. 2 parted ways with coach Amelie Mauresmo last month and then went on to beat Novak Djokovic on clay for the first time in the final of the Italian Open.
With Jamie Delgado now part of Murray’s team, the Scot is happy to enter the French Open without a full-time coach. “I’m playing very well so there’s no need to make a change a few days before the French,” said Murray. “Right now is a difficult time to make a change and, to be honest, why would I? Maybe [I’ll] have another look during the grass [court season] to see if there’s potential to try something out there. “There’s less rush because Jamie’s committed to doing 35 to 40 weeks a year with me and we’re going to be working together every week through until Wimbledon, so I have that continuity and consistency, which I didn’t have last year with Amelie and Jonas [Bjorkman].
“That’s why there’s less of a need or a rush to bring someone in immediately, unless it’s the right person and the right situation.”
Murray, a three-time semi-finalist at Roland Garros, faces Czech qualifier Radek Stepanek in the first round of the French Open.