Speaking to the BBC earlier this week, Andy Murray outlined his plan to replace former coach Ivan Lendl.
“The plan is to think exactly what I need over the next week, two weeks,” Murray told BBC Sport.
“There’s a lot of factors you need to look at and I would hope I would have someone in place by the French Open, but I don’t want to rush it.
“I don’t want to get someone just because they’ve won a lot of tournaments or were great players.”
In a surprise announcement last month, Murray and Lendl split after a very good two plus years.
“Since I’ve finished with Ivan, I’ve played a tournament in Miami and then went pretty much straight to Davis Cup, and I haven’t really sat down and thought about what I think my future holds,” Murray added.
“So that’s what I need to do over the next couple of weeks and then hopefully find the right person.”
Among the names British media are reporting as possible hires include Bob Brett, Paul Annacone, Darren Cahill, Mats Wilander and Brad Gilbert.
Murray, who missed the last two months of 2013 due to back surgery, hasn’t won a title since Wimbledon. He’s ranked at No. 8 this week.
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