Andy Murray revealed that although he is available for the newly-crowned US Open champion Emma Raducanu for advice, he will not “wade in”. Murray also said that he doesn’t like to receive advice from former British players after the game. Andy’s compatriot Emma Raducanu jumped to the twenty-three rank in WTA and demolished opponents in two sets during the US Open.
I never really liked it when all of the ex-British tennis players were always wading in after every win and loss about what you should be doing, what you shouldn't be doing, and a lot of them also giving advice when you haven't asked for it as well. What Emma has achieved is incredible and I hope she goes on to do more amazing things in the sport, and if she ever wants to talk, or her family, obviously I would always be there on the end of the phone. But I don't want to be that guy after every loss or win just wading in and giving my opinion on what she should or shouldn't be doing differently, because it's not helpful