Andy Murray has revealed that he is taking his time over his decision to appoint a new coach, as he wants to ensure that he gets the right man.
The Scot parted ways with former trainer Ivan Lendl back in March and has admitted that he needs someone who will motivate him and allow him to play at his very best rather than rushing into appointing someone purely for the sake of it. Murray also explained that his ultimate ambition was to continue improving.
Meanwhile tempers flared at the weekend between two of Britain’s best fighters, as Tyson Fury and Dereck Chisora had to be pulled apart by security at their public head to head. The two heavyweight boxers traded insults ahead of their July 26 showdown, and it threatened to come to blows before security intervened and ensured that the pair maintained distance between one another. The winner of the fight in question is tipped to secure a shot against world champion Wladimir Klitschko.
And finally Mark Selby has declared that it has yet to sink in that he is officially snooker’s world champion, following his epic fight-back against Ronnie O’Sullivan last week. The 30-year-old became one of only nine players to have won the world championship, the masters and the UK championship when he beat his opponent, but revealed that he was still struggling to come to terms with his victory.