Andy Murray showcased his fighting spirit once again at the US Open last week. The 33-years-old Briton believes he can win another Grand Slam title for the rest of his career. Additionally, Murray’s former coach admitted he is a very special player.
Murray underwent hip resurfacing surgery last year as a consequence he did appear in the ATP Tours since November 2019. After nine months of lay-off, he made his comeback at the ongoing US Open series last month.
While Murray defeated the Japanese after two sets down in his opening round of the US Open, Former world number one fell to 20-years-old Canadian in the straight sets at the round of 64.
“It Will Be Difficult For Him(Murray) To Win a Grand Slam again”-Alex Corretja
Alex Corretja, who coached three-times Grand Slam from 2009 to 2011. Spaniard also helped Murray to reach his first major final at the 2010 Australian Open.
The former world number two Corretja recently opined about his old student Andy Murray’s comeback and his performance at the US Open.
The two times Roland Garros finalist Corretja said“It will be difficult for him to recover from high wear and tear during matches and he always plays at the top of his level when competing.”
Additionally, a former Spanish professional tennis player added, “Because of his current situation, I think it’s difficult for him to play seven matches back-to-back in a best of five sets in a Grand Slam knowing the level his opponents maybe.”
“I think he will recover a great level, but it will be difficult for him to win a Grand Slam again.”, the Eurosport tennis expert concluded.
While several tennis stars say he will not win another Grand Slam for the rest of his career, besides, Murray sparks he will continue to “shoot for the stars.”