Andy Murray wants to be a coach after his active professional career. And the British tennis icon already has four big names in his sights.

Murray wants to be a coach: Andy Murray still plays at the highest level himself, but due to various injuries he is confronted with the question earlier than many others: what happens after the time as an active player? For Murray, however, the answer is already clear – he wants to train professionals himself.

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Will he train Raducanu soon? At the Hall of Fame Open in Newport, the Scot explained that he could well imagine coaching Emma Raducanu in the future. This is reported by the online magazine “TennisBuzz”. Raducanu is currently considered the greatest tennis gem in England – she won her first Grand Slam title at the US Open last year at the age of 18.

He has his sights set on three men: With a view to the men’s competition, the three-time Grand Slam winner names three favorite protégés: “Carlos Alcaraz, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Jack Draper,” says Murray. The reason: “They work hard and seem to love the sport. Alcaraz and Tsitsipas haven’t won a Slam yet. They’re obviously very young and I think they have the potential.”