“Andy Murray Is Always Going To Be A Great Player, We Need To Be Patient With Him”- Tim Henman

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Andy Murray is making a comeback to the tennis court after a long time, and it is very important for the tennis fans to remain patient with the former world number one, says one of the Greatest Brtish player, Tim Henman.

Additionally, Murray’s win against Alexander Zverev was his first one against a top-ten player in a period of the last three years. Besides, this win came in the Western and Southern Open. However, his run in the tournament came to end with the defeat against Milos Raonic in the Round of 16. 

The British Great, Tim Henman comes forward in support of his countryman. He said, “I will never be surprised by his form. Because the form is temporary. However class is permanent.”

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Moreover, he also said, “Andy is always going to be a great player. But when it comes to the physicality of the game as of now, that was the element I was most keen to see.”

“If he could win or two round, I think that would be an amazing achievement” – Tim Henman

Besides, Tim Henman also added, “Andy has been playing some fantastic tennis. And has also shown his competitive instincts. He is sure to take a lot of confidence. And as an audience, we just have to keep our fingers crossed that his body recovers quickly.”

The British had all support for the three-time Grand Slam winner saying that we need to be patient with him. Additionally, he said, “He said it himself- if grand slams were one-set matches, there is no doubt he could win one. However, it is not. Instead, they are best-of-five-set matches. And you have to play all of them.”

Andy Murray

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Murray will now be playing in the US Open which is scheduled to begin on August 31st. On his chances, Henman said, “If he could win or two round, I think that would be an amazing achievement.

However, he also said, “But this is about him on a journey to build up strength in tournament conditions.”

Source: Scotsman.com


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