Andy Murray splits with coach Jamie Delgado: The British soccer player Andy Murray has split with long-time coach Jamie Delgado.
Murray, 34, brought Delgado to his team during the 2016 season. During the season, the player won his second Wimbledon title. He ended the year as the world’s number one.
The former British Davis Cup player Delgado 44 was appointed as a full-time coach after Ivan Lendl stopped working with Murray at the end of 2017.
Murray will be given an opportunity for German Jan de Witt, who has played for Gael Monfils Gilles Simon and Nikoloz Basilashvili.
Grand Slam champion Murray had recently worked on a project with the former Johanna Konta trainer Esteban Carril; however, the Spaniard isn’t set to join the team during the 2022 season.
De Witt spent a couple of days with the former, the world’s number 1 Murray, in the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton this week. He will accompany Murray and the Scot to the forthcoming Mubadala World Tennis Championships in Abu Dhabi.
The tournament is also attended by the British US Open champion Emma Raducanu will assist Murray in preparing himself for the upcoming season.
Murray ranks 134th worldwide while trying to revive his career after undergoing extensive hip surgery in 2019.
While, Delgado is poised to begin working with 22-year-old Denis Shapovalov, the Canadian world number 14 who defeated Murray at the end of the 3rd round of Wimbledon earlier in the year.