Andy Murray credits a much improved forehand for his upset of Novak Djokovic in Dubai and his near take out of the No.1 ranked Serbian at the Australian Open. No. 4 Murray specifically said that his new coach, Ivan Lendl, has helped him add more weight to that wing. During his dominant period in the mid 1980s, Lendl was widely recognized for having the best forehand in the game. "If you watch what it was like before and what it is like now, it is pretty major," the 24-year-old said. "It's not a major change but when you look at it, it's very different in terms of the way that I am moving my feet This week I have been hitting it really, really well and hopefully I can keep that up. It makes a big difference, especially going into the clay court season because it's probably one of the most important shots on clay I never used to make that many mistakes on my forehand, it's just a bigger weapon now than it was before and that's important, to keep developing weapons in different ways to win points and shorten points as well ... the more free points you can get, the less toll matches are going to take on your body." Tennis Magazine.