Andy Murray's long-term strength and conditioning coach Matt Little thinks that the former world No. 1 could potentially win another Grand Slam title next year. After undergoing a hip resurfacing surgery in January, three-time Grand Slam champion Murray returned to action six months later at the Queen's Club, where he win the doubles title with Feliciano Lopez.
The Briton tested his hip by playing a couple of doubles events before returning to singles action at the Cincinnati Masters in August. Two months after returning to singles action, Murray earned his first singles title since 2017 after beating three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka in the Antwerp final.
"I think so. There is no reason why not really not if he is feeling good and he is in good shape going into the tournament," Little exclusively told Metro UK when asked about the possibility of seeing Murray winning a Grand Slam again.
"If the preparation goes well. No other niggles appear, no other things come out of the blue and we have got no idea if that will happen. "I wouldn’t be surprised at all because of who he is and how he is. Do I expect him to? I don’t know if I expect him to. But I won’t be surprised if he does if that makes sense. Because he is just special."