Mats Wilander: &Quot;Andy Murray'S Work With Ivan Lendl Is Working&Quot;

«Andy Murray’s work with Ivan Lendl is working»


wilander mats explained that the fruits of collaboration between Andy Murray Y Ivan Lendl they start to see Wilander said: «Andy Murray’s second serve has improved a lot since he worked with Ivan Lendl again.

It is more incisive and opponents struggle to read the direction. Also, I think Lendl helps him feel more comfortable on the court thanks to his advice on tactics from him. Murray is a super talented player and is capable of taking any shot.

I think his integrity is too often underestimated. At the same time, it can be dangerous to be too creative. Iván’s contribution is seen more and more as the weeks go by. We met in Florida a few months ago and he explained what he intended to do with Andy.

They worked very hard on the athletic level, to allow Murray to take advantage of his tennis IQ. I think he still has something to contribute to the sport.» Laura Robson also expressed her opinion on the matter: «Andy still plays good tennis, so it’s only fair that he continues to enjoy the tour.»

The latest from Andy Murray

Andy Murray’s career seemed to come to an end a few years ago due to a serious hip injury. Despite the pain and advanced age, the Scottish phenomenon never gave up and he understood that he could continue playing by going under the knife.

The three-time Grand Slam champion went through his long rehabilitation with an indomitable spirit, the same one that allowed him to win so much in the era of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. Since he underwent hip surgery, Murray has been unable to return to his former glory and has had to settle for a backup position.

Wimbledon was his big goal this year, but Andy’s career was stopped already in the second round. Since March, Murray has been working with Ivan Lendl again, hoping to gain some other satisfaction before bidding farewell to the Tour.

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