Category Archives: Tony Roche

Murray Hires Former Great Ivan Lendl As New Coach

After flying solo for a few months Andy Murray has announced that he has hired eight time Grand Slam winner Ivan Lendl as his new full time coach saying, ‚ÄúVery happy to announce that Ivan Lendl is my new full time coach. His impact on the game is unquestionable and he brings experience and knowledge that few others have, particularly in major tournaments.”

Much like Murray Ivan struggled to get across the line and win his first major. The Czech (now US) player was runner up four times before he finally got across the line at the French Open in 1984. Read more »

Hewitt Plans Roland Garros Comeback

I’m a little bit baffled by the news that the ever ailing Lleyton Hewitt, who most recently had foot surgery two months ago, intends to try and make a run for the Roland Garros title despite still having pain and having not played in some months.

Why Hewitt even thinks he has a chance against the top guys I don’t know. I can’t remember the last time Hewitt had the fire power to consistently beat the current top three. The last time he really challenged any top three was probably when he was part of it. Read more »