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McEnroe Would Not Be Surprised If Murray Linked Up With Lendl

The former American player, John McEnroe, would not be surprised at all if Andy Murray and Ivan Lendl get associated again in near future.

Lendl coached Murray for about a couple of years and helped the Scot in winning many titles during that period. But, because of the lack of time, he left his position a few months back.

After that, Murray appointed the former female player Amelie Mauresmo as his head coach which took most of the people by surprise if not all.

Murray’s form has got even poorer since Mauresmo taking over as his coach and thus, it’s being rumoured that the two would be parting ways pretty soon

According to McEnroe, Mauresmo has not had enough time to be able to make an impact on Murray’s game. It’s only after a few more months that her work can be judged properly.

When asked about how good or bad the Frenchwoman has been as Murray’s coach, McEnroe said, “Well, I can’t answer this question at this point of time. She has just come in and you don’t expect somebody to make thing happens straightaway. She needs some more months, but, if I had been at Andy’s place, I would have continued working with Lendl.”

“Amelie has not been a bad coach in the last one year or so. She has helped a couple of players and they have done well. She can do that to Andy as well, but, he will have to be patient with her.”

“However, I would not be surprised if Andy brings Lendl back. That’s very much possible.”

Murray has almost become a villain in the eyes of the fans in Britain after that loss against Grigor Dimitrov. He has been receiving criticism from all quarters.

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Andy Murray sends danger signals to all the players in Rolland Garros 2014

Mats Wilander who has seven grand slam titles under his belt feels that Murray is invincible this season as he is at his best. He is the person to beat in the French Open according to Mats Wilander.

Andy Murray made known to all that he has arrived and that too with a bang. His fourth round win over the Spanish Fernando Verdasco showed his tactful genius as he did against Philip Kohlschreiber. His strongest shots this season in the French Open has been his backhand and his aggressive shots as well the way he defends. The major shift has been to his forehand as he is really playing some great forehand shots. His coach Ivan Lendl should be proud of the way he is playing. The shots are expanding the court as his upper body is moving really well more so than of Novak Djokovic.

Mats Wilander points out that Murray is more confident of his abilities now and that is why he is dangerous to all the players in the French Open grand slam. Before his match with Verdasco Murray however, stated that Verdasco has better chance of winning as he plays good on clay and same goes for Verdasco who stated that it will not be easy to play against Murray. It was a great chance for Murray to defeat Verdasco and come to quarter finals. Andy Murray was the favorite between him and Verdasco and he clearly over powered him.

In his road to the semi finals Murray has played some amazing tennis so far and if he can match to his level, keep his cool and sustain then there is no stopping him from winning yet another grand slam and a first time win on the clay court.

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Murray Set For First Match

Andy Murray will play his first match in the ongoing Aegon Championships against the French player Paul-Henri Mathieu. That would be a second round match.

The 27 years old Scot who had won the tournament last season received a bye in the opening round. On the other hand, Mathieu made it to the second round by getting better of Aljaz Bedene of Slovenia in the straight sets.

The Aegon Championships will also be the first assignment for Amelie Mauresmo, the former French player, as the head coach of Murray.

Talking to the reporters yesterday about the tournament, Murray said, “It’s always good to be back at this place. It’s a fantastic tournament to participate in before the Wimbledon. You get prepared pretty well by playing here.”

“I have been participating here for a long period of time now and have achieved a lot of success. Yes, a few times, I got out early, but, the last time I played here, it was just awesome. So, I am really looking to start my journey this time around and hopefully, I go all the way.”

Murray hasn’t been at his best in the recent times. His performance in the recently finished French Open was not of high quality. Yes, he did manage to reach the round of 4, but, his form was scratchy and that was clearly visible. His campaign over there was finished by the Spaniard Rafael Nadal who eventually became the champion.

If Murray beats Mathieu in tomorrow’s match, the opponent that he might face in the third round is the Aussie Bernard Tomic.

Murray has a total of  three Aegon Championships singles title under his belt so far and he would definitely like to take that number to 4 in a couple of weeks’ time.

Andy Murray will play his first match in the ongoing Aegon Championships against the French player Paul-Henri Mathieu. That would be a second round match.

The 27 years old Scot who had won the tournament last season received a bye in the opening round. On the other hand, Mathieu made it to the second round by getting better of Aljaz Bedene of Slovenia in the straight sets.

The Aegon Championships will also be the first assignment for Amelie Mauresmo, the former French player, as the head coach of Murray.

Talking to the reporters yesterday about the tournament, Murray said, “It’s always good to be back at this place. It’s a fantastic tournament to participate in before the Wimbledon. You get prepared pretty well by playing here.”

“I have been participating here for a long period of time now and have achieved a lot of success. Yes, a few times, I got out early, but, the last time I played here, it was just awesome. So, I am really looking to start my journey this time around and hopefully, I go all the way.”

Murray hasn’t been at his best in the recent times. His performance in the recently finished French Open was not of high quality. Yes, he did manage to reach the round of 4, but, his form was scratchy and that was clearly visible. His campaign over there was finished by the Spaniard Rafael Nadal who eventually became the champion.

If Murray beats Mathieu in tomorrow’s match, the opponent that he might face in the third round is the Aussie Bernard Tomic.

Murray has a total of  three Aegon Championships singles title under his belt so far and he would definitely like to take that number to 4 in a couple of weeks’ time.