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Lawn Tennis: MURRAY RIGHT TO SWITCH.

Byline: OLIVER HOLT

JUST because Andy Murray wants to change his coach, it doesn't make him a bad person.

I feel for Mark Petchey because he gave up a steady job to guide Murray but Petchey's a bright bloke: he knew the risks.

Maybe when they really got to know each other, Murray and Petchey just didn't click. Maybe they started to get on each other's nerves. Maybe Murray felt Petchey just wasn't good enough.

I don't know the answer to why they split but I do know Murray (right) is one of the best young players in the world and a kid who seems to know his own mind.

If he thinks his tennis will improve more under someone else's tutelage, all power to him.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Apr 19, 2006
Words:126
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