Alexander Zverev asks Andy Murray to become his coach


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Alexander Zverev asks Andy Murray to become his coach

On Instagram, Andy Murray posted a funny picture of himself and an entertaining text, just a few hours after pulling out of Wimbledon. 'Thanks for all the messages of support today.. Sorry for anyone who feels let down but I need to look at the bigger picture with regards to my health right now and I've made good progress the last month.

Sad to be missing Wimbledon obviously but look forward to competing there next year. If anyone needs a coach over the next couple weeks give me buzz!', Murray joked. The world No. 3 Alexander Zverev straightaway replied: 'If you've got nothing better to do the next two weeks and feel like coaching hit me up.' The former British tennis player Anne Keothavong asked for some help for her daughter: 'Can you coach Ava please? She's two and a half.

Thanks in advance.' Murray's coach Jamie Delgado commented: 'I need one for the invitational event during the second week...'

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