Andy Murray taking time over coach appointment

Andy Murray of Grerat Britain serves to Julien Benneteau of France during the Western & Southern Open on August 15, 2013
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Wimbledon champion Andy Murray insists that he is in no rush to appoint a new coach.

Andy Murray has revealed that he is in no rush to appoint a new coach.

The British world number eight is currently without a mentor after parting company with Ivan Lendl last month.

The Wimbledon champion is expected to have a coach in place by the start of the French Open at the end of May.

"I'll definitely look at it over the next couple of weeks. I don't plan on playing much tennis for the next week because I haven't had much time off this year," Murray is quoted as saying by BBC Sport.

"I'm sitting down with all the guys I work with tomorrow just to chat about things. I haven't wanted to talk about it or discuss it yet because it can be distracting."

Murray was part of the Great Britain team that lost to Italy in the Davis Cup quarter-finals on the weekend.

Andy Murray of Great Britain celebrates a point in his fourth round match against Stephane Robert of France during day eight of the 2014 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 20, 2014
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