Tennis legend Andre Agassi has suggested that starting a family could help Andy Murray to return to his very best form in Grand Slam tournaments.
Murray has not won a Grand Slam since he lifted the Wimbledon trophy in 2013, and Agassi believes that becoming a father could make a big difference.
He told reporters: "I think having kids would put a lot of stuff in perspective. There's nothing more effective for forgetting a bad day or not getting too caught up in a great day. That balance could be healthy for him as well."
Agassi won the 2003 Australian Open when his son, Jaden, was 15 months old.