In an interview, as quoted by Metro, former world No. 4 Greg Rusedski spoke about Andy Murray's chances on the ATP Tour in 2020 and in the following years. Rusedski said: "He’ll do well at the Slams and I think that he’ll be competitive, but to win a major that is hard enough when you’re healthy.
He’s the only British man to win an ATP Tour event this year as well, that just shows what an amazing competitor he is and his desire to actually come back. Most people, wouldn’t be accomplishing what he’s done.
It’s up there, from an emotional point of view and a satisfaction point of view, with his major trophies”. Rusedski did not fully agree with former Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanisevic saying Murray cannot win a Grand Slam title again.
“I don’t think ‘can’t’ is the right word, I think that it’s incredibly difficult as everyone has alluded to,” he said. “Fit, healthy, young and playing the best tennis of your life it’s still incredibly difficult.
The challenge with the best-of-five-set matches is massive but we all know that with Andy if you say that he can’t do something, he loves to prove people wrong. I think it’s very unlikely but I would never, with all of these top guys it’s very dangerous to write them off. It will be very, very difficult”.