The world tennis No.10 Andy Murray has confirmed that the former double grand slam champion Amelie Mauresmo will remain on duty as his coach.
The Scotsman, whose Wimbledon title defence lasted only to the quarter-finals, will play at the Toronto Masters tonight for his first outing since that defeat in London.
After their experimental pairing during the grasscourt season Murray says they've agreed to work together, adding that his signing of the Frenchwoman would be for the "foreseeable future."
Murray escaped last month to his training base in Miami, with Mauresmo joining him for the last week or so.
He says he enjoys working with her and she's helped him a lot
British media reported that Mauresmo will travel with Murray for 25 weeks per year, the equivalent of a full ATP season for a top player.