Tim Henman Backs Andy Murray To Win Big In Tennis Again

By Daily Sports on January 13, 2022

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Tim Henman believes Andy Murray could challenge for titles again in 2022 – but is unsure whether he can go the distance at Grand Slams.

Murray, whose last tournament win was in Antwerp in 2019, has been trying to get back to his best form following hip surgery. He showed positive signs in the second half of last season, beating Jannik Sinner, Carlos Alcaraz and Hubert Hurkacz, and pushing third seed Stefanos Tsitsipas to five sets at the US Open.

Even though he is still searching for a consistently high level, Henman believes Murray can win silverware again on the ATP Tour.

“When you reflect on his last title in Antwerp I think his game and physically he's come a long way since then. I think he can win on tour,” former British No 1 Henman told Eurosport.

“The Grand Slams I think is the question mark, when you're playing best-of-five set matches against the best players in the world and then you're having to come back and recover, he's not getting any younger and he's obviously had the hip replacement. This territory is unprecedented in sports.

“He's always going to go out there and give it his best shot. And I'll be supporting him all the way.” (Eurosports)

•PHOTO: Murray

Source Daily Sports

Posted January 13, 2022


 

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