When Amelie Mauresmo was considering whether to take the job as coach of Andy Murray early last summer, her own former coach, Loic Courteau, reportedly told her "not to hesitate for a quarter of a second in taking it".
DANI VALLVERDU is to coach Tomas Berdych following his departure from Andy Murray's team.
Andy Murray must learn to choose his commitments wisely to avoid a repeat of his 2014 ATP World Tour Finals exit, according to his former mentor Sergio Casal.
Andy Murray must learn to choose his tennis commitments wisely to avoid a repeat of his 2014 ATP World Tour Finals exit, former mentor Sergio Casal has warned.
You might think that Tennis Scotland's "international player of the year" award would be a one-horse race, given Andy Murray's exploits, but in 2014 it went to a man who readily admits:
THERE will be no hesitation in saying Yes to Team GB.
AFTER Andy Murray was humbled by Roger Federer at the ATP World Tour Finals in London 10 days ago, he must have been relishing the chance to have a rest, mentally and physically.
HE will have watched it already.
NOVAK Djokovic's progress in the O2 Arena this week has been so smooth it is as if the Serb has been fitted with castors.
JOSE MOURINHO was in the crowd, Greg Rusedski was lobbing verbal hand grenades and John McEnroe was telling him to take a break.
The triumphal procession of Novak Djokovic to finishing the season as world No.1 reached journey's end last night in the O2 Arena.
THE chief executive of the Lawn Tennis Association has rejected claims from Jamie Murray that Tennis Scotland have failed to capitalise on the success of his brother, Andy.
THE task was for Andy Murray to channel his inner Archie Gemmill, produce something of wonder and achieve qualification for the latter stages of a tournament.
A COHERENT history of Andy Murray could be written on the basis of his meetings with Roger Federer.
Marin Cilic, gangling and seemingly lost, tottered about the arena like a giraffe that has just been shot with a tranquillising dart, writes Hugh MacDonald.
THERE is something vaguely improper about putting an age on Roger Federer, almost like plastering a price tag on a Van Gogh.