Andy Murray’s appointment of the great Ivan Lendl is an intriguing move by the 24-year-old Scot.
Lendl was the world’s No.1 for 270 weeks during the 80s and won eight Grand Slams. But he is probably better known for being arguably the best player never to win Wimbledon.
In a sport where psychology is just as important as sporting prowess, Murray has recruited a priceless asset, whose experience could be worth his weight in gold.
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