Tennis Player Andy Murray asserted British player Kyle Edmund on Monday to become more “self-centred”. He also added that he must do things on his own way after the 21-year-old broke into the world’s top-50.
During the off season, Andy Murray requested his training partner to trained blocks in Miami as well as Dubai.
“Kyle really deserves what he is now achieving because he has never shirked from the hard work,” Murray told British media. “Being selfish, I would be delighted if he continues to link up with me in my winter training block.” He added.
“He is the perfect practice partner. He will always be welcome but I think it’s time he started thinking about himself and what his specific needs are from a training block in the off-season, rather than happily going along with mine.”
“He has an excellent coach in Ryan Jones and a good back-up team. Now Kyle is a top-50 player he’s got to become more self-centred in his outlook and really identify what he personally needs to work on.”
On Sunday, Murray defeated Edmund at the China Open in Beijing. Now, he looking for the third Shanghai Masters title where he will face opponent player American Steve Johnson in the second round of the tournament.