http://www.atptennis.com/1/en/2008news/murray_corretja.asp British No. 1 Andy Murray has enlisted the services of two-time Roland Garros finalist and former World No. 2 Alex Corretja for the European clay court season, beginning in April with the VI Open de Tenis Comunidad Valenciana in Spain. The 34-year-old Corretja will work alongside Miles Maclagan and physical trainer Matt Little for the nine week stretch which includes the three ATP Master Series events in Monte-Carlo, Rome and Hamburg and concludes with Roland Garros. "It's great for me to be able to work with a clay court specialist like Alex," said Murray, who has a 4-9 career record on the surface. "He had a fantastic career and I am looking forward to learning from his experiences." Murray was limited to just two clay tournaments last season, stricken by injuries at both; he hurt his back during his first round doubles match at Masters Series Monte-Carlo, and in his first match back at Hamburg, was forced to retire with a right wrist injury and missed the next three months. Corretja said: "I have watched Andy play several times over the last couple of years and in particular his close match against [Rafael] Nadal in Madrid in October and saw that he has tremendous potential to play well on all surfaces and I am flattered to have been asked to be part of his team during the clay court season." The Spaniard compiled a 292-148 clay record with 10 titles during his professional tennis career, including a win at the ATP Masters Series event in Rome in 1997. He finished as runner-up at Roland Garros in 1998 to Carlos Moya and again in 2001 to Gustavo Kuerten.