Part time coaching consultant Alex Corretja has parted company with Andy Murray by mutual agreement.
Corretja has been working with Andy Murray on an ad-hoc basis since April 2008, oringinally brought on-board to help the Scot’s clay court game, though since the departure of Murray’s full-time coach, Miles Maclagan last year, Corretja has been Murray’s only real established coach.
Since Maclagan stopped working with Murray, it’s been long-time friend Dani Vallverdu who has been dealing with the day to day training.
During the time Murray has worked with Corretja, he reached three Grand Slam finals and won six Masters Series events.
Murray realesed a statment to the media,
I’ve had a really good relationship with Alex over the past three years, I have learned so much from being around him and I want to thank him for his hard work, enthusiasm, dedication and support.He has been a great friend as well as a mentor to me and we’ve shared lots of success and good times both on and off the court.