Murray eyes greener pastures after tennis career


Andy Murray has revealed he would like to swap the tennis court for the golf course when he hangs up his racket—eyeing a life as a caddie to a professional golfer.

The three-time Grand Slam winner, 33, told the Gentleman’s Journal there was “crossover” between the two sports and he could make a difference.

Murray is battling back after hip surgery although his latest comeback was halted when he withdrew from the ongoing Miami Open due to a groin injury.

The Scottish former world number one, who also has two Olympic titles, is not ready to retire yet but has been thinking about his future. “I love sport.—APP