After Andy Murray lost in the Australian Open He came up with some comments which
criticised British tennis for failing to translate his achievements into grassroots growth in the sport at home
“I’m not sure Britain has really capitalised on the last seven or eight years of success we’ve had,” he said.
“Whether it be myself, my brother, Jo [Konta], Kyle [Edmund], the Davis Cup, those sorts of things, I’m not sure how much we’ve done there.
“There are quite a few players coming through that have potential to go on and do better, but obviously you are talking about the high end of the game.”