Former tennis great Amelie Mauresmo adds another feather to her crown by becoming the first woman to lead the France Men’s Davis Cup team. Mauresmo is all-set to replace Yannick Noah next season. This will not be the first time Amelie Mauresmo will be involved in Men’s tennis, she has been Andy Murray’s coach in the past as well. The former world number 1 is also a two-time Grand slam winner. Also Read - 'No Vaccine, No Tennis' - 2020 Season Could be Over Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

“I’m obviously very proud of the trust put in me,” she said. Also Read - Andy Murray hopes Amelie Mauresmo split wouldn't be seen as failure for women



Till 2016 she was also the captain of the France’s Fed Cup women’s team, before she called it a day as she was expecting her second child. Also Read - Yannick Noah to return as France's Davis Cup team captain



Meanwhile, Yannick Noah is in charge of both the France’s Fed Cup and Davis Cup teams. Julien Benneteau will succeed the 1983 French Open champion as Fed Cup captain at the end of the season.