A report on Andy Murray and Ivan Lendl

Murray in 2010
Ivan Lendl in Miami, March 2012
Murray in 2016
Ivan Lendl in the final of the 1984 ABN World Tennis tournament in Rotterdam
Murray's ranking history chart
Lendl (far right) talking to Judy Murray.
Murray at the 2008 US Open
Murray made the quarter-finals of the 2009 French Open
Murray reached his second Grand Slam Final in Australia
Murray with his brother Jamie (left) at the 2011 Japan Open
Murray at the 2012 US Open where he won his first major title
Murray holds the Wimbledon trophy following his victory in the 2013 men's final
Murray at the 2015 Australian Open
Murray with new coach Jonas Björkman during practice at the 2015 Aegon Championships
In 2016, Murray won his second Wimbledon title, beating Milos Raonic 6–4, 7–6(3), 7–6(2) in the final
Murray carrying the flag on behalf of athletes from Great Britain during the parade of nations at the 2016 Summer Olympics opening ceremony
At the Boodles Challenge, Stoke Park, June 2012
A sculpture of Oor Wullie depicted as Andy Murray as part of Oor Wullie's Big Bucket Trail.

After retirement, he became a tennis coach for several players; in particular, he helped Andy Murray win three major titles and reach the world No. 1 ranking.

- Ivan Lendl

With Ivan Lendl as his new full-time coach, Murray began the season by playing in the 2012 Brisbane International.

- Andy Murray
Murray in 2010

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Federer at the 2016 Wimbledon Championships

Roger Federer

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Swiss professional tennis player.

Swiss professional tennis player.

Federer at the 2016 Wimbledon Championships
Federer hits a forehand at the 2006 US Open, where he became the first man in history to achieve the Wimbledon-US Open double for three consecutive seasons.
Federer was called "Darth Federer" by fans and commentators at the 2007 US Open.
Federer winning the 2009 French Open, and completing the career Grand Slam
Federer won a record 16th major at the 2010 Australian Open.
Federer won a record 17th major, a record-equaling 7th Wimbledon, and returned to No. 1.
Federer receiving serve against Richard Gasquet in the title-clinching match for Switzerland at the 2014 Davis Cup
Federer and Nadal at Wimbledon's Centre Court.
Federer and Djokovic at the Canadian Open in 2010.
Roger Federer has spent a total of 310 weeks and a record 237 consecutive weeks at the top of the ATP rankings.
Federer serving at the Australian Open in 2014

Federer also won a silver medal in singles from the 2012 London Olympics, where he finished runner-up to Andy Murray.

His 11 singles titles were the most of any player in two decades, and his record of 74–6 was the best since Ivan Lendl in 1986.

Djokovic holding the 2019 Wimbledon men's trophy

Novak Djokovic

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Serbian professional tennis player.

Serbian professional tennis player.

Djokovic holding the 2019 Wimbledon men's trophy
Novak Djokovic Singles Ranking History Chart
Singles Ranking Composite History Chart (Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic)
Djokovic during his first round match at the 2007 US Open.
Djokovic celebrating Australian Open triumph in Belgrade.
Djokovic celebrates upon defeating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the semifinals of the 2011 Wimbledon Championships, clinching the world No. 1 ranking for the first time in his career.
Djokovic kissing Coupe des Mousquetaires after winning the 2016 French Open, completing Nole Slam and the career Grand Slam.
Djokovic celebrating at the 2018 US Open. His victory at the event tied him with Pete Sampras with 14 Grand Slam titles.
Djokovic playing in the 2022 Monte Carlo Masters
Djokovic and Federer after their semifinal match at the 2011 US Open.
Djokovic serving at the Eastbourne International. Djokovic plays with a Head racquet and wears Lacoste apparel and Asics shoes.
Kindergarten in Jalovik village built by the Novak Djokovic Foundation.
Djokovic with Emir Kusturica in Andrićgrad in January 2014, where he received Key to the City.

Djokovic then failed to defend his 2007 singles title at the Rogers Cup in Toronto – he was eliminated in the quarterfinals by eighth-seeded Andy Murray.

He moved into equal eighth on the all-time list of men with the most Major titles, tying Agassi, Ivan Lendl, Jimmy Connors, Ken Rosewall and Fred Perry.

Zverev at the 2021 French Open

Alexander Zverev

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German professional tennis player.

German professional tennis player.

Zverev at the 2021 French Open
Zverev practising at the 2013 Boodles Challenge
Zverev at the 2014 Bavarian International Tennis Championships
Zverev at the 2015 US Open
Zverev at the 2016 US Open
Zverev at the 2017 Washington Open
Zverev with the champion's trophy at the 2018 Washington Open
Zverev at the 2019 French Open
Zverev playing in the 2022 Monte Carlo Masters
Zverev hitting a forehand
Zverev serving
Sascha (left) with his older brother Mischa (right) in 2013

Zverev's first ATP event of the year was the 2016 Australian Open, where he had a difficult draw against world No. 2 Andy Murray and was only able to win six games in his opening match.

Ivan Lendl, another former world No. 1, joined Zverev's team in August 2018.


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German multinational corporation, founded and headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Bavaria, that designs and manufactures shoes, clothing and accessories.

German multinational corporation, founded and headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Bavaria, that designs and manufactures shoes, clothing and accessories.

Bernard Tapie, French businessman, owned Adidas from 1990 to 1992 but relinquished control due to debt
An Adidas shoe, with the company's three parallel bars
Adidas has long been a popular manufacturer of astro turf football shoes – shown here a recent pair that has been a popular choice
The Adidas Finale (ball in the 2020–21 season pictured) is the official match ball of the UEFA Champions League
Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, batting with his personalized Adidas cricket bat
Adidas running shoe demo in Boston
Adidas "Fresh Impact" - Limited Edition bottle
A pair of Adissage
Chuck D in an Adidas sweatsuit
Lionel Messi, who is sponsored by Adidas, prepares to shoot with his dominant left foot during the final of the 2014 FIFA World Cup
Pioneer of the "knuckle ball" technique at free-kicks, Juninho's Adidas boots in a museum
Andy Murray endorsed Adidas from the start of the 2010 season until the end of the 2014 season receiving US$4.9 million per year
The All Blacks jersey caused controversy
Adilette sandals
Adidas "Tenet flower" by Yohji Yamamoto

During the 1980s and 1990s, not only were they exclusive apparel and footwear sponsors of world number one men's tennis players Ivan Lendl and Stefan Edberg and ladies' world number one Steffi Graf but each player had their own, exclusive graphic styles designed for their use during play, which were in turn marketed to the general public.

In November 2009, World Number 4 tennis player Andy Murray was confirmed as Adidas' highest-paid star with a five-year contract reportedly worth US$24.5 million.