Murray’s manager announced Friday, that Lendl and Murray, a 34-year old from Scotland, had agreed to resume working together in the coming months.
Murray was the only tennis player to have won more than one Summer Games singles title, and their partnership resulted in three Grand Slam singles trophy trophies.
Lendl wrote that he had great respect for Andy’s efforts and wanted to do my best to help him.
Two men plan to train in the United States for several more weeks following the Miami Open hard-court tournament.
Murray will be preparing for the grass season while the tennis tour travels to Europe. It culminates with the French Open, May 22- June 5. Wimbledon starts on June 27.
Murray plans to also hire another coach, who will travel with Murray and work with Lendl.
He currently ranks 84th. His 2022 record is 8-6. His losses in the second match at each of his four previous tournaments, including January’s Australian Open, were his only loss.
Murray has had to deal with a number of injuries over the years. The most notable being serious hip problems which led to two operations. In 2019, he had hip resurfacing surgery.
His greatest court successes have been with Lendl, who won eight Grand Slam titles for him as a player.
This includes the 2013 Wimbledon title, which made Murray the first British male in 77 years, to win the singles title at the All England Club.
Lendl was also the coach of Murray to his victory at the 2012 U.S. Open. After leaving each other in 2014, they reunited in 2016 just a month after Murray won his second Wimbledon title.
Murray was also ranked No. Murray also reached No. 1 in the ATP rankings while he remained with Lendl. He made it to No. 1 in November 2016.
In November 2017, they stopped working together.
Murray has also been coached over the years by Brad Gilbert, Amelie Mauresmo and Jamie Delgado.