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Andy Murray confirmed on Tuesday that a failure to win a third Grand Slam title was among the factors which finally caused him and coach Amelie Mauresmo to end their relationship on the eve of the French Open.

The Scot, who is ranked number three in the world, is now playing a final Roland Garros tune-up at the Rome Masters this week without two-time Grand Slam winner Mauresmo in his corner.

The Scot, who turns 29 at the weekend, said he was at a low ebb in his game when Mauresmo began helping him in 2014. The relationship produced seven ATP titles and a pair of Australian Open finals.

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“When she first came into the team, I was really struggling. I was not doing well, my confidence was low and I was going the wrong direction,” Murray said.

“For two years, I think the results that we had were good. But unless I win a Grand Slam, then ultimately that’s how people judge whether it worked or not.

“When she came on board, my results really picked up. The time we spent together was positive. It’s just a shame I wasn’t able to win one of the major events, because that’s what both of us wanted.

“Obviously in Australia (January final) it started well, but between the Australian Open and Rome, we only spent 10 days together, in Miami

 

 

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