Andy Murray
Andy Murray with his French coach Amelie MauresmoGetty

Andy Murray is set to confirm that Amelie Mauresmo will remain as his coach despite limping out of Wimbledon in the quarter-finals.

Murray lost to Grigor Dimitrov in three straight sets at SW19 in a manner that was barely recognisable from the form he showed last year when he won the tournament, the first Briton to do so in 77 years since Fred Perry.

The Scot was on an incredible 17-match winning streak at the All England Club and was looking to reach his sixth consecutive semi-final before crashing out.

The 27-year-old's appointment of Mauresmo, who was an Australian Open winner during her career, came as a surprise to sports pundits and observers. The coach even said she was "surprised" when Murray called offering her the job.

But eyebrows were raised after Murray's Wimbledon exit, with some pointing the finger of blame at his new coach.

However, Murray will put an end to speculation after Mauresmo was seen putting him through his paces at a training camp in Miami.

Mauresmo pledged not to make any major changes to Murray's game ahead of the defence of both his Queen's and Wimbledon titles but Murray admitted his game needed to change following the straight-sets defeat by Dimitrov.

Murray's move for the 34-year-old French native originally came after his split with former coach Ivan Lendl shocked the tennis world.

The pair had clinched both the US Open and Wimbledon titles as well as Olympic gold at London 2012 during their successful two year partnership.