In 2013, Andy Murray won his first Wimbledon title and at the time, Ivan Lendl was coaching him. Now, the former world number 1 seems to enjoy tennis again as he had a good preparation for the third Grand Slam of the season and ahead of his first match in the All England Club this year, he said:
“I think I showed a couple weeks ago that there was still good tennis left in me. I beat a guy in the top five in the world, was neck-and-neck with Berrettini, who is one of the best grass court players in the world before the injury."
"I played well against Kyrgios, as well. The first set was a good level. And I've been doing pretty well in practices. I know the tennis is in there; I just need to bring it out during the event now. I got turned down by a lot of coaches. That was difficult. That's also why I'm grateful that Ivan has come back to work with me and help me try and achieve what it is I want to achieve."
“Obviously having Ivan on my team helps. We've had a lot of success in the past. We know each other well. He still believes in me. There's not loads of coaches, you know, people out there that have done it over this last period, and he has. That definitely helps me.”