World No. 50 to finish 2022, Andy Murray has had a mixed season. Still as determined as ever, the Scot dreams of being competitive again at the highest level, but for now, he is struggling to push back some of his limits. With a record of 26 wins and 19 losses, Murray is far from his former level and the one he wants, yet he still seems to enjoy himself on the court. And if his career continues, it is largely thanks to his wife, as the Brit explained in an interview.
“My wife is the sweetest, to continue to allow me to follow my dream and play tennis,” he said. “For me, this time of year is the end of the tennis season, so it’s a bit of a time of reflection, and it also means I can be at home with my family. That’s probably the best thing for me. I miss them all so much when I’m away.”
In a second step, Murray talked about the 2023 season. “I’m going to start the year in Australia, which I always really like. I’m going to play a tournament there, then the Australian Open. After that, I’ll do some more hard court tournaments, then hopefully clay court, before coming back to the UK for the grass court season. For now, I’m still focused on playing tennis and winning matches. I’ve been happy with my progress this year, but there are definitely areas to improve. I’m going to do a practice block in December and hopefully we can identify some of those areas and work on them, hopefully I can get some more wins next year.” To be seen how Sir Andy Murray will play next season, the year he turns 36.
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