Having suffered a shock first-round loss to late injury replacement Jordan Thompson at Queen's Club last week, Murray was due to play twice at Hurlingham as part of his disrupted preparations for SW19. You're sitting there and you're feeling: 'Can I quit tennis please?'
"I love playing on grass, it has been my most successful surface in my career and if I could get to three it would be a great achievement".
Federer, now the favourite for an eighth title at the All England Club, warned: "Andy needs to feel he could play for 14 days, or seven matches". I'll give it everything I have over the next two weeks. Murray has won eight titles on grass including Wimbledon past year. "If the weather is good I am sure we will practice". "They always win. Why should we follow them?"
Murray will be familiar with the off-court eccentricities of lucky loser Alexander Bublik because the 20-year-old Kazakh of precocious talent and untamed joie de vivre interviewed him this summer on behalf of the ATP's NextGen experiment.
As the defending champion, Murray has the honour of contesting the first match of the tournament on Centre Court. "Unlike [the build up to] Paris, he is hitting the ball really well".
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But the Russian-born Kazakh is an unpredictable showman who beat Lucas Pouille in the opening round of the Australian Open . According to betting side Bovada , Roger Federer , who skipped the French Open , has the best odds of capturing the title.
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Schedule and matches of the Hurlingham Classic exhibition event, that will be played from Tuesday to Friday this week, have been announced.
'I'm just focusing on myself at the moment and trying to prepare as best I can, ' said Murray.
Reflecting on the injury, Murray expressed his disappointment for not being able to play final warm-up match before Wimbledon at Hurlingham, before adding that rest is the best remedy for his hip. "There is no guarantee that I won't do well at Wimbledon, but it certainly would have helped to have had more matches".
"If he is 100 per cent physically on Monday I think we will see a very strong Andy Murray at these Championships". My father texted me, like, 'Hi, you're playing Andy Murray.' I'm, like, 'Ha!