AMELIE Mauresmo revealed last night that she will take medical advice before deciding whether she is fit to form part of Andy Murray's coaching team for Wimbledon.

The Frenchwoman, who joined the Scot's camp shortly prior to last year's tournament, is due to give birth to her first child in August and it is uncertain whether she will be able to carry out her duties at SW19.

While Jonas Bjorkman, the Swedish former doubles specialist, has agreed to help out from the grass court season onwards, it is equally uncertain whether Mauresmo will be able to commit to the requisite time travelling on the tour once the baby arrives.

"As long as I can feel good and be around the team in a proper way, and in a good and positive way I'll do it," said Maursemo. "That's why the week after Roland Garros I will think about it and have a medical opinion on whether I'm meeting the team in Wimbledon or not. That's going to be the decision after the French - and talking a bit further. Again with Andy we said 'we'll see, let's give it time, we don't know what we'll want to do'. So it's a bit of an unknown there but Jonas will be there, he's ready to have the second Amelie, but who knows how she is going to feel after she has the child?" he said. "Maybe she will want to do much less time. We just wait and see. There's not a timetable. I think she will know quite soon after what she wants to do. She might not want to travel anymore. I can understand that. It's good that I have Jonas that is willing to do a lot of travelling and a lot of weeks."