Darren Cahill Will Not Become Andy Murray’s Full Time Coach

by The Insider on August 2, 2010 · 1 comment

in ATP News

Darren Cahill has now completely ruled out the possibility of becoming Andy Murray’s full-time coach.

We reported that Cahill would become Murray’s new coach, but since that time Cahill has now stated that is just simply not going to be possible.

“I’m not sure, but it looks like he’s leaning towards employing a full-time coach, and that can’t be me. I’m not in a position to be anybody’s full-time coach with my commitments here at ESPN and also as a consultant for Adidas,”stated Cahill.

Cahill will be at Murray’s disposal though, through their relationship with Adidas, which would allow the Aussie to help Murray on a part-time basis.

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chieko September 6, 2010 at 4:21 am

I think the world no. 4 needs to become independent to be successful. I am guessing that he is very much afraid of losing for his country and his mother. He should start playing and winning and losing for himself for a change and not be affected by outside. It is not easy. He is a great player. But he cares too much about critism inside and outside his home ( I am guessing of course). I hope he gets a full time coach soon. A coach who is not afraid of his maternal influence.


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