Andy Murray insists to stay with Mauresmo and Bjorkman for a long time
British ace Andy Murray has insisted that he plans to stick with his French coach Amelie Mauresmo and her deputy Jonas Bjorkman for a ‘long time’.
The world number three, who is on the sixth backroom team of his career, is currently working with Bjorkman at Queen’s Club while the heavily pregnant Mauresmo has taken a break ahead of Wimbledon.
Murray, who defeated Spain’s Fernando Verdasco to move into the Queen’s quarter-finals, said that he did not want new coaches every year as he wasn’t that young anymore, Sport24 reported.
He insisted that he did not want to have new coaches every year or couple of years.
Murray, who holds great respect for former Wimbledon semi-finalist Bjorkman, said that he knows him pretty well and it was a lot quicker to understand each other than it was maybe with Amelie or with Ivan, since he didn’t know them when he had started.
However, he added that all these relationships always take a bit of time to start before one started to see the benefits of working together.