The Wimbledon grass is looking greener for Andy Murray, thanks to a new coach
A LOOSE FOREHAND that sailed long spelled the end for Andy Murray in the 2011 Wimbledon semifinals. The Scot had taken the first set from Rafael Nadal 7-5 and held a 2-1 lead in the second. At 15-30, he moved Nadal to the far side of the court. Then, with the Spaniard scrambling to regain his footing, Murray wound up to fire a shot down the line to end the point. But his forehand faltered, turning a certain winner into the beginning of a breakdown. Over the next two-plus hours, ...
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ESPN The Magazine: June 25, 2012