ATP World No. 1 Tennis player Andy Murray claims he is eager to still be involved in tennis when he retires, but remains unsure whether he is interested in making the involvement immediate.

The 30-year-old could opt to take a ''break'' when he calls it quits and solely focus on his family -- wife Kim and 17-month-old daughter Sophia.

Murray, who became a father for the first time at the beginning of 2016, had to find a way to adjust his tennis duties to fatherhood. The process didn't go badly for Murray, who went on to capture multiple titles last year, including wins at Wimbledon and the Rio Olympics.

His dominant form helped the Scot reach the top of the rankings for the first time in his career last November.

Meanwhile, it has been recently announced that the Murrays are expecting their second child.

''I do know that when I finish playing I will definitely still have some involvement in tennis — maybe not immediately after I’m done because I want to spend a few years away from it and just be at home with my family,'' Murray said, per The Scottish Sun.

Not restraining himself to tennis only

Scot Andy Murray hasn't restrained himself to tennis only as he is open to getting involved in ''another sport'' once he is done with his pro career. The three-time Grand Slam champion specifically mentioned football, (soccer) as he is known to be a football fan.

He is a keen follower of well-known English football side Arsenal FC.

Andy is not the only one in the family who shares sympathy for football as his brother Jamie is also a fan of the game. Football has a long tradition in the family as Roy Erskine, the grandfather of the Murray brothers, is a former professional football player.

''I would like to try working in another sport and football is one of my favorite sports. I do love it,'' Murray revealed.

Not all good when you win

Andy Murray has also made an interesting claim during his interview as he said that it can get ''awkward'' when a tennis match ends. Tennis players tend to get caught in the moment after a big win but it is not all ideal as it might seem to be.

''It can be quite awkward sometimes because you do share the same locker room,'' Murray said. ''When you win you’re really pumped but you get back in the locker room and you’re two meters away from the guy that you’ve just beaten or lost against, and all of their team.''

The world No. 1 also added that it's a ''slightly awkward atmosphere sometimes.''