“He could be a future commissioner of tennis,” the doubles expert told Stats Perform. “He has that kind of respect, I think. If he wanted to be a leader when he’s finished, he could be a very influential [one].
“I think Andy Murray will be known for his upstanding core values of equality. I know he’s well respected in every female locker room on the planet. I think the influence of his mom being his coach and such an influential figure in his life [has shaped him]. He’s just very popular, I think, in both [the] men’s and women’s locker rooms.”
After Isner defeated Murray on Centre Court, the American was gracious in victory. “It’s no secret that I am not a better tennis player than Andy Murray, but I may have been a little bit better today,” Isner said to the Wimbledon crowd. “This was one of the biggest wins of my career.”
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