Former world No 1 Andy Murray vows to come back a ‘better player’ next season after finally putting his injury nightmare behind him with impressive run in Stockholm
- After eight weeks of continuous match play, Andy Murray’s difficult year is over
- He now plans to discuss the best way forward with his new coach Esteban Carri
- The Spaniard was with Murray as he made the last eight of the Stockholm Open
Andy Murray has pledged to work hard in the off-season and come back a better player in 2022.
After eight weeks of continuous match play, Murray’s difficult year is over and now he plans to discuss the best way forward with his new Spanish coach Esteban Carril, who was with him as he made the last eight of the Stockholm Open this week.
Carril is expected to be working with Murray in 2022 — meaning a much reduced role for Jamie Delgado, who has seen the former world No 1 through the last few years of injury struggles.
Andy Murray plans to discuss the best way forward with his new Spanish coach Esteban Carri
After losing in Sweden, Murray said: ‘My game has not been that great in the matches that I’ve played but I’ve still been very competitive.
‘That is really positive because there is no doubt I can play better. My game will improve over the off-season. I’m pretty clear on the things I need to work on.’