LTA eager to work with Andy Murray to increase tennis participation

• Governing body in regular contact with Murray brothers
• Concerns not enough is being done to build on the Scot’s legacy

The chief executive of the Lawn Tennis Association has insisted that British tennis’s governing body has a productive relationship with Andy Murray and is determined to build on the former world No1’s legacy.

The LTA came under fire after announcing an £8.8m loss in its annual accounts last month, while recent figures showing that overall monthly participation in tennis has dropped by 9% lent weight to fears not enough is being done to build on Murray’s success.

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