Andy Murray and Ivan Lendl mutually agreed not to work together anymore, for the second and probably final time. The naturalized American legend had first joined Andy's team in 2012, they split in 2014 and came back together in June 2016.
Under Lendl's guide, Murray lived the best moments of his career: he won all his three Grand Slam titles, the two Olympic Golds, and became World No. 1 in November 2016. 'The partnership paved the way for several high profile coaching relationships', it reads on Murray's website.
The 30-year-old said in a statement that he is 'thankful' to Lendl 'for all his help and guidance over the years, we’ve had great success and learned a lot as a team.
My focus now is on getting ready for Australia with the team I have in place and getting back to competing.' Lendl, who helped Murray in the last year mostly in Grand Slams, will keep working with USTA Player Development and said: 'I wish Andy well going forward.
We had a great run and a lot of fun.' Jamie Delgado will continue to be Murray's main coach. ALSO READ: Jamie Delgado confirms Andy Murray will be back for Brisbane .