Three-time grand slam winner Andy Murray struggled at Wimbledon after he suffered an injury at the Stuttgart Open. Murray has suffered many injuries till now. The reason for his fall from the top can easily be connected to the ill-timed injuries that came along his way.
Q: “If you could coach any tennis player who would it be?”
Andy: “Female player – Emma Raducanu, male player between Alcaraz, Tsitsipas and Draper” pic.twitter.com/DcMa6HfZQC
— Andy Murray Fan Club (@MagicMurrayFans) July 13, 2022
As per Tennis World, Murray regrets many decisions he made during his career and doesn’t want the youngsters to go through the same. Furthermore, he said, “The truth is that I would change a lot of decisions I’ve made during my career, that’s what motivates me. I would like to prevent other players from making the same mistakes as me.”
He also revealed that he would like to guide Emma Raducanu or Carlos Alcaraz if he gets the chance to be their coach. Moreover, the Brit said, “On the women’s Tour, Emma Raducanu is the only player I would coach. While in the male one I would like to work with Carlos Alcaraz. He works a lot and he really loves this sport.”
Andy Murray hints on becoming a coach after retirement
Murray’s form has declined over the years and he probably has a few more years of tennis left in him. For the next phase of his career, Murray expressed his desire to become a coach. With so much experience, he could be a good mentor for rising talent in tennis.
Moreover, he said, “When my career ends, I would like to be a manager because I believe I have had many experiences that I could pass on to the players. Not only in terms of tennis, but also life experiences that have built my personality.”
Murray revealed the most important lesson he learned from years of playing tennis. He said, “The most important lesson that tennis has taught me is that you have to enjoy the good times, because everything can end at any moment.”
For Murray, the decline was sudden as injuries kept coming along. Therefore, enjoying every moment of the game became more important for him as he never knew when everything would come to an end.