London, UK, 21 June 2014 | AAP

Sam Stosur says her split with coach Miles Maclagan just days out from Wimbledon was amicable and it won’t throw off her preparations.

Stosur confirmed on Friday she had decided to end a seventh-month partnership with the Brit ahead of the biggest tournament of the year, starting on Monday.

Australia’s top-ranked player said Maclagan, who previously worked with Andy Murray and Laura Robson, was not to blame for her mixed form this season.

But she admitted it steadily got to a point where she felt like the partnership wasn’t working.

“Nothing major happened, there was no fight or anything like that,” Stosur said.

“It was very amicable, I’m sure I will see him this week (at Wimbledon) and it’ll all be fine. But at the end of the day, I feel like I needed to change things and made that decision.”

After a slow start to the season Stosur reached the last 16 at the French Open, going down to eventual champion Maria Sharapova in three sets.

However she lost two of her three pre-Wimbledon matches on grass, to compatriot Casey Dellacqua in Wimbledon and Dane Caroline Wozniacki at Eastbourne earlier this week.

“It’s no secret my results this year have not been great,” Stosur said.

“I’m not saying that’s his (Maclagan’s) fault but I did feel like I wanted to make a change.

“It wasn’t because I lost to Wozniacki or to Casey or any of that stuff. As time went on it was just what it was. There wasn’t a big moment where everything blew up in our face.”

It means Stosur will head into a Grand Slam without a fulltime coach for the second time in the space of a year; she parted with her coach of six years, Dave Taylor, prior to last year’s US Open.

She suffered a first-round defeat there but enjoyed some strong results flying solo at tournaments late last year.

Fed Cup captain Alicia Molik stepped in to work with Stosur when she split with Taylor but Stosur said she would not enlist a temporary coach at Wimbledon.

“I want to go out there and do what I did at the end of last year,” Stosur said.

“Do things myself and work things out myself and I went out and played really well.”

The world No.17 said she was in no rush to find a new fulltime coach.

“I haven’t started looking or done anything about it,” Stosur said.

“My goal at the moment is to go out there and prepare for Wimbledon as best I can and look forward to the future. When the time’s right, I’ll know it and I’ll make a decision from there.”

Stosur will begin her Wimbledon campaign on Monday against rising Belgian Yanina Wickmayer in the first round.