At this year’s US Open, for example, Murray is joined by coach Lendl, assistant coach Jamie Delgado, physio Mark Bender, fitness specialist Teresina Goheen and strength and conditioning coach Matt Little, the longest-serving member of Murray’s team; he has has been by Murray’s side for a decade.
On Tuesday, Andy Murray will walk out to play competitive tennis for the first time in 118 days. After his limping exit from the Wimbledon quarter-finals, followed by an aborted attempt to appear in August’s US Open, this is the longest period he has spent away from a match court in his entire career.
This machine aligns your spine, works your core, and tones you all around.
THIS time last year, it was his mum tripping the light fantastic under the guidance of Anton du Beke; now it is Andy Murray who is trying to set his toes a-twinkling with the help of Teresina Goheen, a former professional dancer.
ANDY MURRAY has gone systematic, hydromatic and gyrotonic — so he can be greased lightning at the O2 this week.
Briton so pleased with how his back has coped while practicing for Davis Cup final clash with Belgium, that he is not ruling out victory at the O2 Arena this week
The British No1 has brought in some help to nurse his delicate spine through two of the most important tournaments of his career
The World No.2 has made his back pain disappear after working with an old friend of TV legend Michael Crawford – alias Frank Spencer
Andy Murray has turned to training called gyrotonic to boost flexibility. Murray will have to go from World Tour Finals to clay in Belgium. And world No 2 admits he struggles to adapt to different surface quickly. Murray will by second in the world at year end with two wins in London.