The psychologist who helped Andy Murray battle back from a serious wrist injury has revealed he will contact the Australian Open finalist this week following his admission he is struggling mentally.
Murray was beaten by Mardy Fish, who is ranked outside the world's top 100, in the second round of the Miami Masters.
The 22-year-old went into the tournament as defending champion but produced an error-strewn performance.
Roberto Forzoni, who works with the Lawn Tennis Association, said: “I'm there for him. We've got a good relationship and he can pick up the phone at any time. I'm going to be trying to contact him in the next day or so to see if there's anything I can do.”