Time is now for Murray to win Slam

Updated: January 25, 2010, 10:07 AM ET
By Ravi Ubha | ESPN.com

MELBOURNE, Australia -- Andy Murray has never been afraid to make changes.

A few years ago, starting out his pro career, Murray axed his agent. Britain's beleaguered Lawn Tennis Association paid Brad Gilbert big bucks to become Murray's coach, sensing it had a special successor to Tim Henman, only for the Scot to cast him aside, too.

He's since gone for glitz, dropping another agent to join David Beckham's management company, and bought a nice red Ferrari, albeit second hand, in ...

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