Jamie Murray Answers If He Feels Andy Murray Can Be Great Again

Jamie Murray Responds If He Feels Andy Murray Can Be Great Again


Former doubles world number 1 Jamie Murray says he believes Andy Murray can return to the top of the men’s game. Andy, 35, suffered a major hip injury in 2017 as he has been playing with a metal hip for the past few years.

Furthermore, Andy has not had any notable Grand Slam results since reaching the Wimbledon quarterfinals in 2017. A three-time Grand Slam champion and former World No. 1, Andy is now ranked 49th in the world. «I hope good things for him.

There are opportunities at the top of the men’s game for him to get back there, I really think so,» Jamie said, according to LTA.

Andy Murray confirmed his first tournament of the season

This week, Murray announced that he plans to start the season at the Adelaide International.

“I will start the year in Australia, which I always enjoy a lot. Playing the Adelaide International for the first time is something I’m looking forward to. The crowds in Australia love their tennis and have always been very supportive.

I’ve been working hard in the off-season and the Adelaide International will be great preparation for the Australian Open. I’m really looking forward to seeing what Adelaide and 2023 brings,» Murray said. Ahead of the 2022 season, Murray said the big goal for him for 2022 was to achieve a grand slam result.

Unfortunately for Murray, that didn’t happen. Going into the 2023 season, Murray has hinted that he plans to play a lot, as he hasn’t given up hopes of another big result before retiring. «I have quite a busy schedule planned.

I will start the year in Australia, which I always enjoy very much. I’ll be playing a tournament there, and then the Australian Open. After that I’ll play more tournaments on hard courts, then hopefully on clay and then I’ll be back in the UK for the grass court season,» Murray revealed.



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