Britain’s Andy Murray and coach Ivan Lendl have ended their two-year professional relationship.
The Czech born eight-time Grand Slam winner was brought in to help Murray achieve more in major tournaments.
The relationship worked in 2012 Murray beat Roger Federer in the final at the London Olympics.
He then claimed his first Grand Slam by defeating Novak Djokovitch in New York to win the US Open.
Murray went on to became the first British player to claim the coveted Wimbledon crown in 77-years.
The 54-year-old Lendl says he wants to take more time to play in senior and exhibition matches.
Murray has yet to announce his future plans.
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