Amelie Mauresmo

Amélie Mauresmo was born in Saint-Germain-en-Laye on July 5, 1979.

Amélie was the fourteenth record holder in the women's tennis ranking. Adaptable to all surfaces, in 2006 she won two Grand Slam titles, Wimbledon and Australian Open, against 25 overall titles on the WTA Tour. She also won the WTA Finals in 2005 and the silver medal at the Games Athens 2004 Olympics.

She was Andy Murray's coach for two years, from June 2014 to May 2016. Since 2022 she is the CEO of the French Open.

Born into a wealthy family, she became passionate about tennis almost by case, seeing on television the French champion Yannick Noah engaged in the 1982 Roland Garros. At just three years old she Amélie Mauresmo decided that this should be her future. In July 2015, she gave birth to a boy, Aaron.

On 8 June 2014 she was chosen by Andy Murray as his new coach, becoming the first female coach of an ATP Top 10 player.

At the end of 2018 she becomes coach of Lucas Pouille, who under her guidance will reach the semifinals of the Australian Open the following January. In October 2019 Pouille suffered an elbow injury which forced him to undergo a long recovery, an operation and miss the entire 2020 season. In October 2020 Mauresmo ended her collaboration with the French tennis player for family reasons.