“He’s on Bonus Time”- Rusedski Dismisses a Chance of Winning Another Grand Slam in Andy Murray’s Career



While Andy Murray recenlty made his comeback at the US Open 2020 series in New York, besides, he played his last ATP Tour match in November 2019. However, Greg Rusedski praised Murray and at the same moment, he doesn’t believe compatriot winning another slam in his career. 

For a long time, Former world number one has been battling with a hip injury. Accordingly, Murray underwent surgery several times in his career. Moreover, Three-times Grand Slam champion won two matches consecutively in his recent return in the Cincinnati Masters last week.

Even though, British-Canadian player Greg Rusedski can’t imagine that Murray will not win one more Grand Slam in the rest of his career. 


In a recent interview with Radio Times.com, Former world number four said, “I don’t see him winning another major in his career. I think it’s just physically too demanding for everything he’s been through.”

“He’s(Murray) an Unbelievable Competitor”- Greg Rusedski

To date, Murray won three major titles at the 2012 US Open and twice at Wimbledon in 2013, 2016. Besides, He did miss the six titles in the finals.

While Rusedski did not believe his countryman will not win his fourth Grand Slam title in his future career, But, 1997 US Open runner up showered praise a lof on his fellow player. 


Additionally, Greg said,  “For Andy, if he could get into the fourth round in the second week of a major it would be a phenomenal performance in my opinion. He’s such a great competitor, he’s such a great player. It’s just having to go back to back-to-back, and I’m not sure his body can take it physically but he’s an unbelievable competitor.”

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“With Andy, for me, he’s on bonus time at the moment through everything he’s achieved and everything he’s done.”, He added.

Moreover, the 1999 Grand Slam cup winner did conclude, “I think he’s going to be in great spirits and really enjoy the US Open. Let’s not forget it was his first major in 2012, so great memories there as well.”


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