Murray talks to Mauresmo during a training session.
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Andy Murray and Amelie Mauresmo announced Monday that they had agreed to end the French woman's two-year stint as coach of the two-time major champion.Mauresmo, who is a former world No. 1 and also a two-time Grand Slam champion, took over as Murray's coach in June 2014, after the player and Czech Ivan Lendl decided to part ways.The biggest improvement in Murray's game under Mauresmo has come on clay.As well as the final appearances at Melbourne Park, which both ended in defeats to Novak Djokovic, Murray twice progressed to the French Open last four after he started working with Mauresmo.
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