EDIT: Sorry for such a big misunderstanding . It’s “iris to muscle” instead of “annulus of Zinn to other end of muscle”. But I seen people teach even to perform exerises for scoliosis on the opposite side and people listening to them went worse.
As you see, the longer eye gets, the more distance from three of four straight muscles attachment to the side of pupil increases on average.
The exception is side muscle with attachment from the side of temple, also called lateral rectus. There was found even the opposite.
Even 0.1-0.2 mm of axial length difference between eyes affects this distance measurably as you will see in the Table 4. Axial length difference is found also in many emmetropes, this is the second thing I get from this study, as well as @Varakari wondering why the shorter eye is more myopic. Or @200citizenships with different AL yet equal eyes which gave us pretty useless (sorry ) AL measurements from differently calibrated different machines measuring it differently.