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Andy Murray has credited his Australian Open revival to new coach Amelie Mauresmo, saying she had helped him improve both physically and technically during the off-season.
The Scot sacked coach Dani Valverrdu in November, but circumstances have pitted Murray against his trainer.
The Venezuelan is now in the Tomas Berdych camp, and the two face off in the Australian Open semi-final.
However, Murray says his game has gone to a new level since the two-time Grand Slam winner took over as head coach.
“I feel like I made some big improvements to my game and physically in the off-season, and I think that has showed so far in this event,” Murray is quoted as saying by the Guardian.
“I enjoy working with Amélie. I think she’s fantastic. She gets on very well with my team too.
“She has a good personality to coach and also a lot of experience as well so I’m happy with the way it’s working.
“I think a lot of things go into that but, when all of your team members are comfortable and happy, when everyone’s getting on and there’s good dialogue and communication, then you’re going to be able to make improvements.”
Berdych has a 6-4 winning record over sixth-seed Murray, and the Czech will be looking to extend his head-to-head record over the Scot to reach the Australian Open final.
The winner of today’s game will face either Novak Djokovic or Stan Wawrinka in the decider.