Things are not looking good for the world number one. Andy Murray has been in a horrible run of form and his latest loss to Borna Coric in the Madrid Open has made him call for for his part-time coach Ivan Lendl. Andy Murray calls in for EMERGENCY help ahead of the French Open as he looks to arrest his slump in form.
Lendl has worked with Murray in the past and they had a very successful partnership. Murray has won all his Grand Slams with Lendl which is why it was a surprise when the two briefly stopped collaborating in a working capacity.
But things are getting desperate as Murray’s decline has become quite alarming for both him and his fans. In order to get things back to normal, Lendl will work a non stop schedule with Murray from now up until Wimbledon.
Murray has said that they still keep in touch via teleconference on a daily basis.
‘I speak to him pretty much every Monday, I spoke to him three times the week before Monte Carlo,’ said Murray. ‘I speak to him maybe a couple of times per week.’
Even Lendl said that he was still very much involved with Murray but may be he needs to spend more personal time with him in order to iron out the issues in the Brit’s game.
‘This time last year I was predominantly with Jamie (Delgado), nobody else.
‘I stopped with Amelie (Mauresmo) here last year and things went very well on the clay, so that’s no reason why things may not be going well right now.
‘There’s no blame on anyone, it’s down to me.’