Andy Murray: “In the future I would like to coach Carlos Alcaraz.”

When Andy Murray suffered an abdominal injury during his final match against Matteo Berretini at the ATP 250 tournament in Stuttgart, he could not fully prepare himself to compete at Wimbledon this year. The former world number one defeated James Duckworth in the first round of the Championships before falling to John Isner in four sets in the next match.

At the time of writing, the Scotsman is competing in the Newport tournament, which will be the final grass-court event in 2022. He advanced to the quarterfinals by defeating Sam Querrey and Max Purcell.

Alexander Bublik is the next opponent for him. There have been four meetings between the two, three of which have taken place this year, and Murray has a 3-1 head-to-head advantage. Aside from that, Bublik hasn’t won a set in either of his two grass-court encounters.

Murray said at a press conference that after his tennis career is over, he wants to be a coach.

A future goal of mine is to mentor Alcaraz.

“In the future, I hope to become a coach because I believe I have a wealth of knowledge that I can share with my students.

As a tennis player, as well as a person, my life experiences have shaped my character “Punto de Break quoted Murray as saying this. “You have to savor the good times because everything may change at any time. Tennis has taught me this.

Common sense is crucial because it is quite easy to waste months of hard effort in a matter of days. You must develop the maturity to deal with failure and defeat. I’m motivated by the fact that I’d change a lot of the decisions I’ve made in my career.

I want to make sure that others don’t make the same mistakes that I did. Emma Raducanu is the only female tennis player I’d be interested in coaching. I’d love to collaborate with Carlos Alcaraz in the men’s division. He puts in a lot of time and effort and is a true enthusiast for this sport For now.