“They work hard, they seem like they love the sport, ” Andy Murray expresses his wish to coach Emma Raducanu and Carlos Alcaraz


“They work hard, they seem like they love the sport, ” Andy Murray expresses his wish to coach Emma Raducanu and Carlos Alcaraz

Andy Murray, Emma Raducanu, and Carlos Alcaraz

Andy Murray, the 35-year-old Britisher has won a lot of titles during his career, he recently kicked off the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships after defeating Sam Querrey and Max Purcell yesterday, Murray talked about his life after retiring as he inevitably reaches the end of his career.

Giving an interview with the ATP, Murray talked about his ambition to become a coach after his retirement as a player, he has enjoyed a career filled with both titles and hardships, recently talking about how Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal were the biggest obstacles between him and more major titles.

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Andy Murray names the four players he would like to coach after his retirement

Andy Murray

Following his second victory against Max Purcell, Andy Murray talked to the ATP talking about his ambitions to coach after he retires as a player, he named four players that he would like to coach, Murray said, “Female player would be Emma [Raducanu] and male player would be between [Carlos] Alcaraz, [Stefanos] Tsitsipas and Jack Draper. They work hard, they seem like they love the sport. Alcaraz and Tsitsipas haven’t won a slam yet. They’re obviously still very young and I think they have the potential to do it.”

In the next round of the Hall of Fame open, Murray will be facing Alexander Bublik in the quarter-finals on Friday. After a hard-fought victory against Max Purcell by  4-6, 6-2, 6-1 even after losing the first set, the Brit made the comeback to ensure his victory and a ticket to the quarter-finals.

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