Andy Murray news: Scot reunites with former coach Ivan Lendl

The former world No.1 split with long-term coach Jamie Delgado in December, and is now reuniting with Ivan Lendl for a third stint together.

Murray previously worked under the Czechoslovakian coach twice, with their first partnership together starting in 2012.

All of the Scotsman's three Grand Slam titles came under the tutelage of Lendl, with Murray winning the 2012 US Open in their first season together.

The duo then went and ended Britain's 77-year wait for a home Wimbledon men's singles champion the following year.

In 2014 the pair briefly split, but their reunion two years later ended with more success, as Murray added a second Wimbledon title to his trophy cabinet.

It led to Murray becoming the world No.1 for the 2016 season, but then hip problems began to hinder his career, and Lendl left the team in November 2017.

Delgago then took the main role, but with Murray undergoing surgery he spent most of his time trying to recover from his injuries.

Now though, Murray is enjoying an injury-free start to the season, and with the 34-year-old ready to compete at the higher levels once again, he has turned back to his former coach.

The appointment followed a trial period for Murray, where he briefly worked with Jan De Witt for the Australian Open and then old friend Dani Vallverdu for his recent tournaments in Rotterdam, Doha and Dubai.

Murray is expected to stay in the US after upcoming tournaments in Indian Wells and Miami, so he can extensively train with Lendl ahead of the grass season.

Earlier this month Murray stated that he's planning on skipping the clay season so his body can solely focus on the grass-court tournaments later in the year.

Murray is also searching for an additional coach to travel with him and work closely with Lendl, as Vallverdu and Delgado have done in the past.

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