‘Wimbledon 2017 is one of the reasons I still think I can do well,’ says Andy Murray


Andy Murray says his ‘horrendous’ ache, and subsequent efficiency, at Wimbledon in 2017 helps him imagine he can do properly once more this yr.

Murray was world primary in 2017, however narrowly misplaced within the quarter-finals to American Sam Querrey.

That match proved to be a significant tipping level for Murray when it comes to the hip harm that has decimated his profession since.

He had been taking part in with ache for a while, but that was the second it grew to become insufferable, and he says he was in far worse situation then than he’s immediately.

Talking concerning the 2017 Wimbledon, Andy Murray instructed STV: “I used to be feeling horrendous throughout that match.

“I used to be in a lot ache taking part in there. Whenever you converse to my workforce about that Wimbledon, we snort about it immediately. As a result of I don’t know the way I did that.

“I’d have overwhelmed Querrey in that match as properly, however with every minute that handed, I used to be feeling worse.

“That was considered one of my higher achievements – to make the quarters that yr and get near the semis. Most likely one of many explanation why I nonetheless really feel like I can do properly.

“I’m in good condition. I used to be in much less ache at Queen’s final week than I used to be in 2017. I feel I moved comparatively properly in order that’s a constructive.”


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