“Resurfacing” a crusher of a film

Andy Murray has long been known as someone who doesn’t reveal a whole lot (even the names of his children almost required forensic investigation).

So the new documentary chronicling his return to tennis is a revelation.

There’s so much more to the journey than anyone could have imagined. You won’t be able to get through it without … getting emo. Even if you weren’t a Murray fan.

As young American Taylor Fritz put it on Twitter, he was “crazy inspired” after watching it.

It’s available on Amazon Prime (in the US and Canada as well as the UK).

It takes a … world to coach Tiafoe

For all of the downsides of Laver Cup – i.e., it’s an exhibition, for money – the Team World dynamic through the first edition and Friday’s Day 1 in Chicago is a major winner.

Not always fully engaged in his own matches, Nick Kyrgios is all in for this format. During the opener between Frances Tiafoe and Grigor Dimitrov, he arguably did more coaching then Captain McEnroe.

Spare a thought for a bewildered Tiafoe, though. He was besieged by changeover advice from McEnroe, Kyrgios AND Jack Sock. All at once.

Luckily he had Diego Schwartzman to make him laugh.