“…Haven’t Won a Slam Yet” – Andy Murray Reveals His Choice of Players He Would Like to Coach

Despite struggling to perform, one cannot forget the era of Andy Murray. The Brit, once part of the BIG 4, touched the highest peaks of the game with utmost grace. However, going back in time, from 2017 onwards, the former World No. 1 has been struggling to perform owing to his injuries.

Seeing his form, questions are being raised over his longevity. However, even if Murray opts for retirement, he doesn’t want to leave the sport. Instead, he wants to be in touch with the sport by being a coach. Recently, the 35-year-old also named players that he would love to coach if given a chance.

Andy Murray is eager to coach potential big shots of the game
Andy Murray announced his retirement in January 2019. However, months later, he made a comeback to the tour. Ever since then, he has been struggling to perform. Even though he has denied any retirement plans, he has time and again emphasized his wish to coach players. Recently sitting in a coffee shop, Murray indulged in a candid Q&A session. During the session, the 3-time champion was asked to name a player he would love to coach if given a chance.

In the past few months, Murray has been making headlines with her fellow countrywoman Emma Raducanu. The two have often been heard talking about working together. Maintaining his words, Murray started by admitting, “Female player would be Emma.”


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