British No.1 Andy Murray may have broken down barriers by hiring Amelie Mauresmo, but he does not expect any dramatic changes to his game before the Wimbledon Championships.
“We spoke a bit about the match and the tactics and then chatted a little bit afterwards, but this week there’s not going to be any big changes in my game. I also wouldn’t expect any before Wimbledon, but we’ll definitely work on some things after the tournament is finished here.”
Murray began his 2014 grass court run with a 6-4, 6-4 victory over Paul-Henri Mathieu in the second round of the Aegon Championships, but followed it up with a bit of a surprising loss against the Czech veteran Radek Stepanek, going down in two sets 7-6 6-2.
While he is applying his coaches input after practice sessions, but expects more game-planning to take place following his week at Queen’s Club.
“We will chat about the stuff that I will be working on over the next few days, and then when I get the chance to after the tournament is finished here, I’ll get four or five days of practice where I can work on some things.”