Andy Murray’s New Coach Will Be Darren Cahill

by The Insider on July 29, 2010 · 2 comments

in ATP News

Yesterday we reported that Andy Murray had split from Miles Maclagan, but now The Guardian has suggested that the Scot will likely begin a coaching tenor with Australian coach Darren Cahill after the US Open.

Murray, who is currently sponsored by Adidas, would have an opportunity to work with Cahill based on the clothing and shoe maker’s development program. Cahill has also worked with other Adidas players, such as Ana Ivanovic, Fernando Gonzalez, and Fernando Verdasco.

Cahill will continue to fulfill his broadcasting duties for ESPN throughout the summer, while Murray will work with part-time coach Alex Corretja

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