Andy Murray has announced his reunion with former coach, Ivan Lendl, for the third time after winning all three Grand Slam titles, including twice at Wimbledon in 2013 and 2016, once at the US Open and two Olympic Gold medals under his guidance, at London 2012 and Rio 2016. The duo had started working together in 2012 before splitting in 2014 and reunited back in 2016 before the Brit was sweeping through Wimbledon for a second time.
The 34-year-old has been trying to get his form back, especially in light of his hip injury, which has caused him an unfortunate number of games in recent years. He has been searching for a coach since his split from Jamie Delgado and has been desperate to uncover his Championship form back. This season’s Australian Open has not been the best of his tour as he struggled through the second round and eventually got knocked out. But Murray ended the trial period with the German coach, Jan De Witt following the Australian Open and sought back to the Czech to get his mojo back. Following the conclusion of the Indian Wells and Miami tour, the Brit will stay back with Ivan in the US to train better for his upcoming tournaments, reported Mirror.
According to the Sun, World No.84 and his currently appointed coach, Ivan will be focusing on Murray’s Wimbledon Campaign, scheduled from the 27th of June to the 19th of July, as Murray confirmed his exit from clay-court season to focus on grass-court tournaments, to perform his best at Wimbledon.