John McEnroe expects more Grand Slams for Andy Murray

Andy Murray hold the Wimbledon trophy after defeating Novak Djokovic in the final on July 7, 2013
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John McEnroe is confident that Andy Murray can win at least six Grand Slam tournaments before his career comes to an end.

John McEnroe has claimed that Andy Murray can go on to win six Grand Slam titles following his success at Wimbledon.

Murray beat Novak Djokovic to win his second Major title on Sunday afternoon, and McEnroe believes that the British number one will continue to improve his record in the four Major tournaments.

The American told BBC Sport: "I'd be surprised if he doesn't win at least six Majors.

"He's got a two, three, four-year period - a couple of years especially - where he's going to be tough to beat, really tough.

"He could win the US Open to have two Majors this year; no-one else would have that."

Murray's will head into this year's US Open as the defending champion.

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