While the WTA is experiencing a surge of moms returning to competitive tennis, with Tatjana Maria, Kateryina Bondarenko and Evgeniya Rodina, some retired tennis stars are getting pregnant, not even contemplating a comeback.The latest additions to the list of WTA players with a baby bump are Amelie Mauresmo and Gisela Dulko.The 35-year-old Mauresmo, who came out as gay in 1999, happily announced that her first child will join us in August.

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PARIS (AP) Amelie Mauresmo has revealed the reasons for her coaching split with Andy Murray, explaining they ''reached the end'' of what they could achieve and he was a ''complex'' player to work with.

Murray became the first high-profile tennis player to hire a woman as a coach when he took on Mauresmo in June 2014, but they ended their working relationship on May 9.

Under the guidance of Mauresmo, a two-time Grand Slam champion and former world No. I had the feeling that I couldn't improve things anymore.'' The Frenchwoman gave birth to her first child in August and took six months off from coaching.

1, Murray won his first clay-court titles last year in Munich and Madrid. ''I had the impression that we'd reached the end of what we could do professionally together,'' Mauresmo said on Saturday in an interview with L'Equipe magazine. On a court, he can be the opposite to how he is in life. ''I reduced the number of weeks that I could be present since the Australian Open and ...

A month ago she was elected to the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

In other baby news, 30-year-old Gisela Dulko is expecting her second child, a little girl.

Dulko married footballer Fernando Gago in July 2011 and in June 2013 gave birth to son Mateo.

However, he failed to add to his two Grand Slam titles. effectively, we've spent little time together,'' said Mauresmo, who won Wimbledon and the Australian Open.

''It turned out to be a difficult period for him, where I couldn't help him.'' Mauresmo did not elaborate further over the reasons for their parting of ways, except to say that it was inevitable. Everyone could see certain things,'' Mauresmo said, in reference to her absence in Murray's box during the Miami Masters. I wanted to try something else.'' However, she praised Murray's intense work ethic and hailed him as a champion.

''I liked the way Andy worked; I liked working with his team.

Andy is someone with a great capacity to listen and to analyze,'' Mauresmo said.