Former British tennis player Jamie Delgado believes tennis superstar Andy Murray could also have a successful coaching career.
Delgado, who retired from the game in 2014, is a member of Murray's coaching staff.
‘He could be a great coach one day. He has such a high tennis IQ.’— DavidLaw (@DavidLawTennis) November 12, 2017
Jamie Delgado on @5liveSport Extra. talking about Andy Murray.
Delgado helped the Scot achieve his career-best season a year ago.
Murray, 30, hopes to play tennis for at least couple of more years.
The three-time Grand Slam champion hasn't played at an ATP event since Wimbledon.
Murray, who has fallen to No. 16 in the world, is still recovering from a hip injury.
The former world No. 1 limped and clearly wasn't at his best during last week's charity match against Swiss Roger Federer at Andy Murray Live.
The 30-year-old hopes to be ready and healthy for the beginning of the 2018 season.
Murray would certainly prefer to spend more time with his family when he retires as he recently became a father for the second time.