Andy Murray was the world-top ranked tennis player for more than 40 weeks, while the 33-years-old is now listed 122 in the ATP ranking. However, the former World No.4 Greg Rusedski hopes that Andy can get into the second week of the Wimbledon while he cast doubt on Murray will become No.1 in his country again.
Having battled with his body, Andy Murray has played his best since returning, but he has not topped in the domestic ranking.
In a recent interview, Greg Rusedski has given his verdict on Andy Murray to reach the British ranking table’s top position again. “I don’t think so. It’s too big an ask, and he’s got to play too many weeks, week-in, week-out”, the 1997 US Open runner up said.
“Dan Evans and Kyle Edmund Will Play Every Single Week”: Greg Rusedski
Three-time Grand Slam champion defeated the current British No.1 Dan Evans and Cam Norrie in recently concluded Battle of Brits event.
Rusedski continued, “Dan Evans and Kyle Edmund will play every single week of the tour. With the hip surgeries he’s had and the problems he’s had with it, for me if Andy can get to Wimbledon and play in front of a British crowd that’d be a huge achievement in my opinion.”
A tennis analyst for Amazon Prime also emphasised that his countryman doesn’t have anything to prove to anybody and wants to play whatever he wants.
Speaking about Andy to winning a Grand Slam title again, “I think to win a major is almost impossible seven matches.”
On Friday, Andy Murray has announced good news ahead of the 2021 season – he will make his debut in the ATP Tour 250 event at Delray Beach in the first week of January.