Andre Agassi may be key to Murray's success, says Rusedski
Andy Murray may improve his chances of winning this year's Barclays ATP World Tour Finals by enlisting the help of Andre Agassi, it has been suggested.
According to Greg Rusedski, Agassi and fellow former professional Darren Cahill could help Murray book his ticket to tennis success if he were to hire them as coaches.
Writing in the Daily Mirror, Rusedski claims that the Scot needs to improve his serve, forehand and to be more aggressive in order to win a Grand Slam.
Agassi, Cahill and fitness trainer Gil Reyes are the number one coaching team available at the moment, he says.
"This team would give Murray a different perspective and a freshness to his training," Rusedski commented.
"If I were him I would think 'what have you got to lose'? But I would do it sooner rather than later."
The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals will be held at London's O2 Arena this year and begin on Sunday, November 21st.
Posted by James Ford