Andy Murray has announced that he will be working with Ivan Lendl in the run-up to 2022 Wimbledon.
During their successful first stint, from 2011 to 2014, Murray won his maiden Grand Slam title at the 2012 US Open and the Olympic gold at London 2012.
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A year later, Murray captured the coveted Wimbledon title and rose to No 1 in the world.
With the Czech unwilling to travel the taxing schedule he ended the partnership. Murray and Lendl worked together again in 2016, when the Scot won his second Wimbledon title.
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In the last few years though, Murray has undergone two hip surgeries and struggled to get back to his best. The 61-year-old Lendl will be hoping to get him in peak form during the grasscourt season this summer.
Murray has decided to skip the clay season.
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He will begin his third stint with Lendl, an eight-time singles major champion, in the USA next month.
The 34-year-old world number 84 has been without a permanent coach since his five and-a-half year spell with Jamie Delgado came to an end late last year.
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Murray also plans to appoint an additional coach, who will travel with him and work closely with Lendl.