Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

It'll Serve Him Right Henman Says Murray Needs Just 10 Minutes to Sort out Problem Area

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

It'll Serve Him Right Henman Says Murray Needs Just 10 Minutes to Sort out Problem Area

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Byline: Chris Jones Tennis Correspondent

TIM HENMAN believes Andy Murray can solve his second-serve problems in just 10 minutes working with coach Amelie Mauresmo at the British No1's training camp in Miami.

Murray will head to Florida on December 10 for his annual pre-season training camp where he pushes himself to the limit in hot and humid conditions.

Having recovered from back surgery and finished this year at No6 in the world, Murray is now planning an extended period working alongside Mauresmo.

One key concern for Murray during his comeback from a back injury which saw him fail to successfully defend his Wimbledon title but reach the French Open semi-finals was a weak second serve that lacked penetration and variation.

Henman, a close friend of Murray's, has spoken about this area of his game and expects it to be easily solved in Miami. The former British No1 said: "Andy is his own harshest critic and he will know that he needs to step things up next year. …

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