The former footballer Graeme Le Seux has joined Andy Murray's management company called 77, focusing on strategy and player ID. Murray was excited about learning about the news. The three-time Major winner said: “We’ve been talking to Graeme for a while and he shares the same values and ethics we have at 77 Sports Management around player representation, which is very important to me.
He had a great career, is very well respected in football and we are looking forward to his input in helping us add more male and female footballers to the agency”. Le Saux added: “I’m looking forward to working with Andy and the team at 77 management to help build the support that is needed for the modern football player.
We want to work with a select group of players who value their talent and appreciate what is required to fulfill their potential both on and off the pitch, throughout the many stages of their career. Ultimately, we aim to make a positive difference to those we represent”.
"Tennis is not the number one sport in Germany. If you are not at the top like Boris Becker and Steffi Graf were, then it's difficult to be recognized. I have not won a Grand Slam yet but I hope tennis becomes more attractive in the country.
Hamburg is my home." In his future, Zverev added: "If things get bad I will be losing in the first round but I may face Djokovic in the semifinals and maybe win."