“He’s the only guy that’s gotten professional athletes back to their profession,” said Bryan. “He’s done a baseball guy, an NBA guy, and a hockey guy. No tennis player yet, until me, has come back.
“Andy has spoken to him. I don’t know who Andy is going to choose if he goes this route, but I would recommend him.”
Bryan is particularly happy to help out Murray because of the support the Scot gave him and Mike when they staged a charity event in December 2017.
“He’s such a good guy,” said the 16-time grand slam men’s doubles champion. “We were in trouble with our charity event, we had no big names.
“He showed up and spent the whole afternoon playing tennis with these people. We raised a ton of money, over a million bucks. I’ll never forget that. He was there for us. With a bad hip. He was limping. But he was running around and helping out.