Former world No. 1 Andy Murray admits he’s not that a lot into trend however he at all times is aware of whether or not or not he likes a sure outfit. “I don’t know a lot about trend in any respect, however I trial and check all the kits from the technical facet of issues,” Murray instructed The Night Normal.
“When one thing’s put in entrance of me, I do know I both like that or I don’t.” Murray, a three-time Grand Slam champion, has undergone two hip surgical procedures since 2017. Murray hasn’t been the identical participant after present process two main surgical procedures however he’s nonetheless lively on the Tour.
2016 Nitto ATP Finals champion Murray admitted he loved the sport extra earlier than than he’s having fun with it now. “As soon as I had the metallic hip I knew it wasn’t going to be straightforward,” Murray admitted. “There’s simply — at occasions, I didn’t anticipate it to be fairly like this.
It’s both do it or cease taking part in, and I nonetheless need to preserve taking part in. I simply don’t take pleasure in it as a lot as possibly I did a number of years in the past.”
Murray drawing positives from the state of affairs
“I bought to see my children rising up within the final couple of years and I’ve spent a great deal of time round them and bought to construct nice relationships with them, which I wouldn’t have had the possibility to do in any other case… In some methods, that’s been actually the optimistic factor that’s come out of this,” Murray added.
Throughout his interview, Murray additionally stated: “I simply need everybody, so women and men, to be handled the identical. I don’t assume that’s radical, I simply assume it ought to be a human proper.” Murray hoped to play the Australian Open this 12 months however a optimistic COVID-19 check prevented him from flying to Australia.
Murray ended runner-up on the Biella Challenger 2 in February, earlier than shedding within the Montpellier first spherical and the Rotterdam round-of-16.