Murray brings in 28-year-old doubles specialist as new coach ahead of Wimbledon

Andy Murray is preparing for the grass season with Wimbledon as his main goal and he's bringing in reinforcements to his team ahead of the big swing.

Murray played some clay tennis waiting to get ready for Roland Garros but after some lacklustre results, he opted against playing at the event in order to prepare well for Wimbledon. The Brit has played pretty well on grass last year but an injury completely derailed his Wimbledon hopes. This year he's hoping that things go better and he's creating a very good team.

Besides Mark Hilton and Leon Smith, his team also has Ivan Lendl as the pair reunited for one last swing at the bat. The Brit is now looking to add 28-year-old O'Mara who is a doubles specialist. O'Mara was with him in Bordeaux and looks set to join the team permanently on a 12-month basis. Nobody from his team is getting replaced though, he's just adding to it.

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