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When Andy Murray named 51-year-old Ivan Lendl his new coach at the beginning of the year, it caught everyone's attention.
Some are skeptic about what effect can Lendl have on Murray, while others expect him to add the experience that had been lacking Murray's corner so far.
After all, Lendl has eight majors in his trophy case, and if there's something he can help Murray with, it's his approach to the matches.
Murray has lost thee grand slam finals, and in none of them he looked like a serious contender to win it during the matches.
It has been just over two weeks, and Murray has started the year undefeated, In his opening round against American promise Ryan Harrison, he looked nervous and anxious while losing the opening set.
But he was able to settle down, outlast and outsmart the young and fiery Harrison, taking the next three sets.
It's too early have a read on Lendl's effect on Murray. But if the way Murray has started the year, is a sign of things to come, then the effect is already a positive one.
I guess we'll find out in the semifinals.