Murray poised to name coach

Andy Murray has revealed he will name his new coach on Wednesday.

The British No 1 split with Ivan Lendl last month after two years together that included his first Grand Slam win at the 2012 US Open, Olympic gold at London 2012 and last year's unforgettable Wimbledon success.

Murray, who broke the news on his Twitter page, was previously coached by Leon Smith, Mark Petchey, Brad Gilbert, Miles Maclagan and Alex Corretja.

He has taken some time hitting top form in 2014 after having back surgery last September, failing in the defence of his Sony Open title in Miami last week when he was knocked out by Novak Djokovic in the quarter-finals.

Failure to win in Florida saw Murray drop to No 8 in the world rankings, below Juan Martin del Potro and Tomas Berdych, which is as low as he has been ranked in almost six years.

A number of coaches and high-profile ex-players have been linked with the role including Pete Sampras and Mats Wilander, although the latter feels he would be better off not going down the Lendl route again and picking another Grand Slam winner.

who has been part of Murray's team since 2010, as favourite to take over from Lendl ahead of Darren Cahill and current British Davis Cup captain Leon Smith.