Andy Murray owes a lot to Marin Cilic. The Croat beat Novak Djokovic at the Paris Masters which helped the Scot become the world no.1. But now, it's time to renew their rivalry as the Scot faces Cilic as the world no.1. Cilic is known for defeating the top notches at big events and he defeated Murray in the Cincinnati final.
Moreover, Cilic is now being coached by Jonas Bjorkman, who has been Andy’s ex coach too and the Croat is hoping that the Swede’s expert advice can help him beat the present world no.1. “Having Jonas on my side now is definitely a big plus when you come into this match,” Cilic said “But I have to focus on myself and focus on my tennis. Jonas is extremely positive, extremely motivated and that is something, with my own game, that helps me to be better at producing consistent tennis week in week out.
A huge part of it is to implement a net game and improve that. I am really looking forward to our relationship, hopefully that is going to work great.” ALSO READ Judy Murray: Fatherhood has helped Andy become No.1