Andy Murray has parted ways with Dani Vallverdu and Jez Green in a move that is likely to see Amelie Mauremo remain as the British number one's coach for the 2015 season.
Vallverdu acted as the Briton's primary hitting partner and assistant coach while Green worked as Murray's fitness trainer but neither will continue with the world number six after a harrowing year following back surgery. Strength and conditioning coach Matt Little remains.
Both played an influential role in Murray's US Open, Olympic singles and Wimbledon successes but the 27 year old has opted to make another change to his coaching team eight months after splitting with Ivan Lendl in March.
"We sat down at the end of the season and decided that a change would be best for all of us," said Murray.
"My off-season training and Australian Open preparations have already begun and I am very excited for the new year.
"I thank Jez and Dani for all their hard work over the years and wish them the best for the future."
The move all but confirms Mauresmo will be part of Murray's coaching team next year after questions regarding her future followed a disappointing season during which the two-time major champion failed to reach a grand slam final and at one stage tumbled out of the world's top 10.
Following Mauresmo's appointment for the grass court season, reports emerged regarding Vallverdu's continued presence within the Murray camp after he expressed disappointment at having not been consulted over the addition.
Murray will continue preparations for the new season at his Miami training camp over the festive period and into the new year as he considers potential replacements for the pair ahead of an assault on breaking back into the world's top four.