I don't know, but I'll be fine, totally fine, I mean from me it will be: "Good luck, how ya doing?"Tennis is different from a sport like soccer. If a player and the coach don't get along, often it's the player, who is younger, who makes the changes if he wants to take a different direction. It's the nature of the business, I know that.I would rather look at it like we had a pretty good run. I basically took him from 50 in the world to as high as eight and at the end of last season he was No 11 when we finished.We were maybe two people who grew apart. I'm sure the injuries of last year didn't help. He had about six different injuries and still he was within winning one match to qualify for the (eight-man) year-end tour championships. Considering he missed so much, I thought that was a pretty good year.I had a contract and was expecting to keep working but he wanted a different direction. We had a different point of view sometimes about how I thought and how he thought he should play, but that's how tennis is, that's why players move on. I wish him well.
Miles MaclaganMiles is Andy's travelling coach. He played Davis Cup for Great Britain and had match points against Boris Becker at Wimbledon, so he knows the ups and downs of the tennis sceneAndy describes him as "pretty mellow" except when he's losing at the tennis football warm-up game the team play daily. He reads the game well, is in good shape and still plays to a high level.