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Andy Murray has revealed that he would like to help professional golfers as a caddie or work towards earning coaching badges in football once his tennis career comes to an end.
Shortly before he was forced to withdraw from the Miami Open after sustaining a “freak” groin strain while in bed at night, Murray spoke about what his future holds beyond his sport. “I really like golf, so being a caddie for example on the golf tour would be something I would find exciting,” he said. “To be up close and personal to top golfers – and to learn about another sport like that – and maybe there’s some crossover between the two sports from the mental side and things, and so you might be able to help a golfer.”