Jonas Bjorkman, the deputy coach of Andy Murray, says that he is relishing his partnership with the British ace and is happy to be a part of his team.
The world number three added Bjorkman to his coaching staff in March initially on a five-week trail to help out in periods when Amelie Mauresmo was unavailable as she only agreed to work with him for 25 weeks.
Bjorkman said that he was happy to come in and be a part of his team with Mauresmo and Treacs, the Guardian reported.
He said that there were a lot of similarities between him and Murray as he was also a perfectionist like him who would be frustrated missing the 16th shot even after having 15 great shots.
Earlier, Murray had also insisted that he wanted to stay with both Mauresmo and Bjorkman for ‘a long time’.