Andy Murray’s reunion with Ivan Lendl is a bid to oust Novak Djokovic

On the back of another grand slam final defeat to Djokovic, Murray turns to his former coach to improve consistency and end the Serb’s domination

Almost from the day Andy Murray properly stepped into the public gaze for the first time, at Wimbledon 11 years ago, the analysis of his mental and physical fortitude has been intense, unrelenting and, sometimes, wholly justified.

Murray became a laboratory experiment, a hamster on a wheel to be poked and examined for strengths and weaknesses under pressure, as the nation waited for him to deliver. It is not what he had ever hoped for; all he has ever wanted to do is hit a tennis ball as well as he can.

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