Can Mauresmo help Murray win?

From Ivan Lendl to Frenchwoman, Scot hires another needle-moving mentor

Updated: June 8, 2014, 12:50 PM ET
By Matt Wilansky | ESPN.com

Since he was 9 years old, Andy Murray has led a fairly alternative tennis life.

His parents, Judy and Willie, split back when Murray was a burgeoning junior with aspirations of one day becoming a professional. It was that moment when Murray's mother took over full-time coaching responsibilities.

Of course, a parent mentoring her child isn't a revelation in tennis circles -- it's actually quite common. But according to Murray, Judy couldn't "even boil vegetables," never mind try to ...

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