Keep hands off my coach, Murray warns Brit tennis association
Britain’s Lawn Tennis Association has been asked by their No.1 player Andy Murray to keep their hands off his personal coach.
London: Britain’s Lawn Tennis Association has been asked by their No.1 player Andy Murray to keep their hands off his personal coach.
Murray has sent a stark warning to the LTA as they hunt for a new Davis Cup captain.
Miles Maclagan was thought to be a contender to replace John Lloyd, whose job is under threat after Britain’ shock defeat by Lithuania last weekend.
But world No 4 Murray left no doubt when asked if he would let Maclagan share his duties with the Davis Cup team, The Sun reports.
“No. He’s my coach and I am happy with the way things are working out. I don’t want Miles to be the coach of the Davis Cup team,” he said.
Tim Henman has already ruled himself out of the running, while Greg Rusedski is thought to be keen to fill any vacancy, should Lloyd’s contract be terminated.