“Didn’t Win A Grand Slam”: Andy Murray Expresses Regret over Team Up with Coach Amelie Mauresmo


Andy Murray

Great Britain tennis hero Andy Murray has been as a feminist in the ATP Tour. Former World No.1 entered into the ATP history book as a second top ten player to have a woman coach when he appointed Amelie Mauresmo. 

After a straight-set lost against Rafael Nadal at the French Open, Murray hired Amelie Mauresmo as a coach in 2014.  

The 41-years-old French woman is a former WTA No.1. Additionally, she won Grand Slam title in Melbourne and SW19 during the 2006 event. 

Andy Murray and Amelie Mauresmo

Amelie Mauresmo had worked with Murray for two years from 2014 to 2016. Unfortunately, Andy was unable to win a Grand Slam title during this rare partnership.   

The three-time Grand Slam winner recently expressed sorrow for his failure, Murray said, “It’s one of my regrets that I didn’t win a Grand Slam when I was working with her. And for people, a lot of people, that was considered a failure because I didn’t do that.”

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Andy Murray Under Coach Amelie Mauresmo

Brit earned significant victories under the guidance of the female trainer Amelie Mauresmo.

Murray clinched first clay court title in 2015 Munich after defeating host Philipp Kohlschreiber in three hours and four minutes marathon rally.

Andy Murray

For first-ever clay-court Masters 1000 crown, Andy triumphed the king of clay Rafael Nadal in the straight-sets at the 2015 Mutua Madrid Open.

While Murray managed to reach twice(2015 & 2016) final at the Australian Open, he played semifinals at the 2015 French Open and Wimbledon.   

Andy Murray won a Wimbledon(2016) after one month his split with Amelie Mauresmo. And he ranked again as No.1 in the world later the same year.

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