Mauresmo coached Andy Murray from June 2014 until May 2016.Mauresmo was born in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, slightly northwest of Paris.She is well known for her powerful one-handed backhand and strong net play.She officially announced her retirement from professional tennis on 3 December 2009, ending a career of fifteen years.Mauresmo defeated Hingis later in the year, en route to the final of the Paris indoor event.Later on in 1998 Yannick Noah picked her on the French team for the Fed Cup.
She began playing tennis at the age of four, after being inspired by Yannick Noah's win in the 1983 French Open on television.
It was after his win that Mauresmo's parents bought her her first tennis racket.
She returned to Wimbledon in 2010, acting as a grass court advisor for Frenchman and 2007 Wimbledon doubles champion Michaël Llodra.
She helped Marion Bartoli in 2013 and during Bartoli's triumph at Wimbledon.
She was named 1996 Junior World Champion by the International Tennis Federation. Mauresmo was only the second Frenchwoman ever to reach the Australian Open final; (Mary Pierce was the first, winning the championship in 1995).
The unseeded Mauresmo reached the Australian Open final in 1999 with wins over three seeded players, including world no. She was only the third Frenchwoman to reach any Grand Slam final during the Open Era.