Judy Murray: ‘Scottish tennis has failed to capitalise on Jamie and Andy's success’


The tennis coach on her secret crush, Billie Jean King and sexism in tennis coaching

Born in Stirlingshire, Judy Murray, 61, played tennis internationally and won 64 Scottish titles. In 1995, she qualified as a coach and went on to initiate the Scottish Development School programme, which produced champion players including her sons, Jamie and Andy. She interviews top sportswomen on Driving Force, which airs on Sky Sports. She lives in Perthshire.

Which living person do you most admire, and why?
Billie Jean King. She’s the reason tennis is such an equal sport in terms of opportunity for women.

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Source: www.theguardian.com