Tim Henman Tips Andy Murray to Clinch More Grand Slams

by Vishal Gajaria | Posted on Friday, December 5th, 2014 | 0

Two-time Grand Slam winner, Andy Murray, may have had a substandard season this year, but that does not signify that he cannot embrace more majors to his kitty, insists former British star, Tim Henman.

Murray, 27, the winner of the United States Open title in 2012 and Wimbledon Championships 2013, failed to pull off a single major trophy in 2014 that consequently led to a dip in his rankings.

“I don’t necessarily think people thought it was a bad year but I think it is the nature of the beast being a British player and a prominent player with all of the interest around the sport with Wimbledon and the World Tour Finals,” Henman was quoted as saying by AllSports.com.gh.

“There is always going to be a scrutiny on his performances and because he is such a good player and he set the bar so high people want more – and Andy wants more,” he continued.

“He’s won two grand slams and he is Olympic champion (2012) but I for one certainly think he can add to that. So I think this December is an important time to regroup and start to build a foundation for a big year next year.”

Currently placed at number 9 in the world rankings, Murray will look for a better outing next season with the Australian Open 2015 scheduled to start in January next year.

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