Andy Murray: "I'd like to coach Carlos Alcaraz"



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Andy Murray: "I'd like to coach Carlos Alcaraz"

Andy Murray was unable to prepare for Wimbledon in the best possible way due to the abdominal injury suffered during the final played against Matteo Berrettini at the ATP 250 tournament in Stuttgart. The former world number one overtook James Duckworth in the first round of the Championships, but then surrendered in four sets to John Isner in the ensuing match.

The Scotsman was eliminated in the quarterfinals of the Newport tournament, the last event to be played on grass in 2022, by Alexander Bublik in straight sets, after a very good match played by both. In the press conference, Murray expressed his desire to become a coach at the end of his tennis career: "When my career ends, I would like to be a manager because I believe I have had many experiences that I could pass on to the players.

Not only in terms of tennis, but also life experiences that have built my personality. The most important lesson that tennis has taught me is that you have to enjoy the good times, because everything can end at any moment."

Andy Murray: "I'd like to coach Carlos Alcaraz"

Andy then added: "It is very easy to lose all the work you have built for months in two days, so common sense is essential. You must learn to handle failure and to face defeat with maturity.

The truth is that I would change a lot of decisions I've made during my career, that's what motivates me. I would like to prevent other players from making the same mistakes as me. On the women's Tour, Emma Raducanu is the only player I would coach.

While in the male one I would like to work with Carlos Alcaraz. He works a lot and he really loves this sport." Andy Murray will be one of the protagonists of the upcoming hard-court season in North America. They are expected also the Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams' returns.

Novak Djokovic should understand uf he could enter the country; at the moment he couldn't due to the anti-covid rules.