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Amélie Maursemo splits from coach after troubled season

Latest update : 2008-09-29

French tennis woman Amélie Maursemo announced on Monday on her website she has split coach Loic Courteau, who had been training her for six years. After a series of upsets during the season, she is now ranked 25th in the world.

Former world No. 1 Amelie Mauresmo has split from her longtime coach Loic Courteau, the French star announced on her website on Monday.
  
Courteau helped Mauresmo win both the Australian and Wimbledon crowns in 2006 as she rose to the world No.1 spot.
  
But she has struggled over the last year and is currently a lowly 25th in the world rankings.
  

Date created : 2008-09-29

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