Andy Murray has split with his coaching consultant Alex Corretja after having worked together on a part-time basis since April 2008.
The split comes after recent media speculation that the Scot is in talks with Ivan Lendl about a potential coaching role.
I’ve had a really good relationship with Alex over the past three years. I have learned so much from being around him and I want to thank him for his hard work, enthusiasm, dedication and support. He has been a great friend as well as a mentor to me and we’ve shared lots of success and good times both on and off the court.
Alex Corretja's statement:
Helping Andy has been a great experience for me, he’s got great talent and can be one of the best on any surface. I am very thankful to him for his confidence and trust during this time and also to his family, and the rest of Andy’s team. I wish Andy, his family and all his team all the best both personally and professionally.
BBC tennis correspondent Jonathan Overend says work on finding a new coach is continuing behind the scenes but says Ivan Lendl is not a contender.