Not a huge surprise here, but still a shame they lost such a close one. As for Jurosi, I hope this is just a temporary arrangement. It might've been caused by their recent subpar performances in the last two matches so they might've figured some time apart could suit them for some reason. Anyway, hope things work out for the best.
In the hungarian news Marosi announced that they are not gonna play together anymore.
"Last week in Madrid we had a variancy about the coach-question and we could not agree about that. I thought it won't result the end of our partnership, but it did. I feel so sad right now, because we were on the right track and I was really looking forward to the Grand Slams, where we probably could have been seeds together. I think I did everything to save our relationship, but it wasn't enough. I need to move on. I'm looking for new goals and new partners as well. " -said Marosi who will retire at the end of this season.
It's sad, but I thought something like it was going on when I saw their performance in the Estoril final (but I didn't want to jump to conclusions). I constantly had a feeling that there was some tension going on between them. Anyway, good luck to both for the rest of the year.