“He Can Do a Lot of Damage”- Mum Judy Murray Hopes on Andy Murray’s Grand Slam return at US Open 2020


Judy Murray and Andy Murray

Former world number one Andy Murray has resumed his ATP tours via the Western and Southern Open last week in New York. The 33-years-old Briton also shocked the top ten-player Alexander Zverev in his comeback. However, Mother Judy Murray talked a lot about her son ahead of his participation in the US Open 2020.

Three-times Grand Slam Champion Andy Murray underwent surgery twice for his hip injury in the past couple of years. He also did not play in the ATP since November 2019. Followed by nine months of hiatus, Andy Murray has come to play at this year’s US Open since in New York amidst an ongoing pandemic. 

Andy Murray

Moreover, Former US Open Champion Andy Murray defeated host Frances Tiafoe in the opening round of the Cincinnati Open 2020. Besides, He claimed his first victory over a top-10 player for over three years against world number seven Alexander Zverev in the second round on the same.

Mother Judy Murray said of son Andy Murray, “Seeing how well he was moving because his game is built around his impressive court coverage and never-say-die attitude, how physically well he was moving and also how smart he was, there was a lot to be excited about.”

A 60-years-old British woman also added, “It is very early days, it feels like there are good signs that if he remains fit and healthy he can do a lot of damage.”

“I Love New York”- Judy Murray 

 A trustee of the Judy Murray Foundation also spoke about her love on the US Open venue. Judy Murray did not visit the United States for this year’s US Open, along with her sons due to pandemic restrictions.

Jamie Murray and Andy Murray

Judy Murray also explained, “This year both Andy and Jamie Murray will have to do the business without the in-person support of their mother, though, as the COVID situation means she will not be making her usual trip.”

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“I usually go to the US Open. I love New York and we have been going since 2003 when the boys played in a junior event there. It is the highlight of the tennis calendar because I love the city.”, the mother of two concluded.


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