Andy Murray splits from coach Jamie Delgado ahead of Australian Open
Andy Murray is parting ways with coach Jamie Delgado after the duo worked together for five years …
- Andy Murray split from coach Jamie Delgado ahead of 2022 season
- He helped him win a second Wimbledon title and a world No.1 place in the same year
- Much of Delgado’s time with the Scots since 2016 has been spent in rehabilitation
- He has now left Murray’s squad to go work with Canadian Denis Shapovalov
Andy Murray split from longtime coach Jamie Delgado ahead of the 2022 season.
Delgado has been with Murray’s squad since 2016, helping them win a second Wimbledon title and world No.1 in the same year.
He succeeded Ivan Lendl as head coach in 2017, although much of his time with the Scotsman was spent in rehabilitation as Murray’s career was derailed by hip injuries.
Andy Murray split from longtime trainer Jamie Delgado ahead of 2022 season
The Briton will continue a trial with Germany’s Jan De Witt (R) at an exhibition next week
He has now left Murray’s team to work with Canadian Denis Shapovalov.
Murray will continue a tryout with Germany’s Jan De Witt at an exhibition event in Abu Dhabi next week as he prepares for next month’s Australian Open.
The Scotsman, who was testing with former Johanna Konta coach Esteban Carril at a tournament in Stockholm last month, will face Dominic Thiem at the Mubadala Tennis World Championship, with a match against Rafael Nadal if he defeats Thiem.
De Witt counts Gilles Simon, Gael Monfils, Tatsuma Ito, Nikoloz Basilashvili and Viktor Troicki among the former players he has worked with.
Britain’s No.1 Emma Raducanu is also in action at the event in Abu Dhabi.
Delgado helped Murray win a second Wimbledon title and world No. 1 in the same year