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26 Facts About Amelie Mauresmo
6. In 2015, Amelie Mauresmo announced that she was expecting a baby with her partner over Twitter.
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7. Amelie Mauresmo was born Laye, France, on July 5, 1979.
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10. On 8 June 2014, Amelie Mauresmo was announced as the new coach of Andy Murray.
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11. In 2013, Amelie Mauresmo started coaching French No 1 Marion Bartoli, joining forces with her shortly before the 2013 Wimbledon Championships.
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13. At the Australian Open, Amelie Mauresmo lost in the third round to Victoria Azarenka.
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14. Amelie Mauresmo declined the nomination by the French Tennis Federation to play in the Olympic Games after Mary Pierce withdrew.
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15. Amelie Mauresmo was scheduled to play the Sony Ericsson Open in Key Biscayne, Florida, but was forced to withdraw because of acute appendicitis.
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16. On 16 March 2007, Amelie Mauresmo received the Chevalier of the Legion d'honneur from President Jacques Chirac.
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17. Amelie Mauresmo started the year in Australia with a quarterfinal loss to Jelena Jankovic at the tournament in Sydney.
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20. Amelie Mauresmo reached the semifinals at Wimbledon, where she lost to Serena Williams in three sets after winning the first set and up a break in the second set.
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22. In 1996, Amelie Mauresmo captured both the junior French Open and Wimbledon women's singles titles.
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23. In 2018, Amelie Mauresmo coached the French Davis Cup team until the end of 2018 when she began to coach the male French player Lucas Pouille.
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24. Amelie Mauresmo coached Andy Murray from June 2014 until May 2016.
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26. Amelie Mauresmo won two Grand Slam singles titles at the Australian Open and at Wimbledon, and won a Silver Medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics.
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