"The comments and things I heard, and what people said to me, and the questions I was having to answer made me sort of realize there was something to this: She’s getting treated significantly differently to those working with a guy who’s been No. “That’s when I started to realize there was still an issue.” Under the tutelage of Mauresmo, Murray rose to a career-best ranking of No.
2, reached two Australian Open finals and led Great Britain to a Davis Cup title.
The 28-year old Scot is known for censor-worthy tantrums and tirades during matches, often directed at his box, and isn’t afraid to showcase his emotions, even if some interpret it as a sign of weakness.
He talks openly about his struggles to keep his reactions in check.
It's not easy to do that for four, five years in a row.
Those ex-players that have spent 15 or 20 years of their life on the road for 30 or 35 weeks a year—they don't always want to do it.” In the interim, Murray is working with former British player Jamie Delgado.
Dani [Vallverdu] had left the team and it was just me.