Change your sport. He has not retired from tennis yet but Andy Murray seems to have everything planned for his future: changing balls and venturing into golf to work as a caddy. He has not yet said goodbye to the ATP circuit, which already has work options for the future. The envy of many.
“I really like the sport, so what I would be interested in would be to work in another. I really like golf, so being a ‘caddy’ on the golf circuit would be something that would excite me,” confessed the Scot in statements that were published by The Guardian and The Times.
But the wishes of the former world No. 1 do not end there, he also said that he does not rule out becoming a football coach when he hangs up the racket: “It would be fun to get the title of coach,” said the Briton.
It is worth remembering that the two-time Olympic champion had the opportunity at age 15 to practice in the lower categories of Glasgow Rangers, one of the most important clubs in Scotland. Finally, he decided to decline that possibility to dedicate himself completely to tennis.
The truth is that, at 33 years old, Andy Murray has not yet retired. But who knows, maybe his future is not far from sports and we can find him on a golf course or in a football stadium.