Former No.1 Amélie Mauresmo announced she will step down from her post as French Fed Cup Captain with the news that she is expecting a second child.
WTA Staff

Former World No.1 Amélie Mauresmo ended her fourth year as French Fed Cup Captain by leading her country into its first final since 2005 - back when the two-time Grand Slam champion herself played for the team.

Mauresmo announced that she wouldn't continue at her post in 2017, however, due to personal reasons:

The news that she is expecting her second child was met with mixed emotions from the talented squad of players, including Caroline Garcia, Kristina Mladenovic, Alizé Cornet, and Pauline Parmentier. In her four years as Captain, Mauresmo took from the precipice of Fed Cup zonal relegation into a championship weekend in Strasbourg, which they narrowly lost to the Czech Republic in a decisive doubles rubber.

Mauresmo's team took to Twitter to express their appreciation for their fearless leader:

Mauresmo's fellow former No.1 and 2016 International Tennis Hall Of Fame Inductee Justine Henin also announced the coming birth of a second child, with the due date expected for early next year:

Henin has been working with rising WTA talent Elina Svitolina since the start of 2016; the Ukrainian youngster has since defeated a pair of reigning World No.1s in Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber, and reached the final of the Huajin Securities WTA Elite Trophy Zhuhai.