Andy Murray working with ex-Chelsea doctor Eva Carneiro in bid to extend career


“We also have to be careful with them, to be ethical and be prepared to discuss their futures and quality of life with their families. We want them to enjoy life after retirement, not to be suffering because of their choices today.

“But they have assembled teams of quality experts whom they trust. They are very good at assessing the risks, making the decisions together, and then having the mental strength to push forward and do what they need to do.”

On Thursday, Murray faces his first clash with world No 1 Novak Djokovic since Murray sat atop the rankings in 2017. The pair will battle in the last-16 of the Madrid Open.

The 34-year-old has recently looked closer to the player who used to challenge the likes of Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer for Grand Slams. He produced an impressive performance to see off Denis Shapovalov in the previous round in Madrid, winning a gruelling three-set match against the world No 16.


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