"Regardless of how he played at Queen's and how he is feeling now, if he is 100 per cent physically on Monday I think we will see a very strong Andy Murray at these championships".
Murray, who will begin the defence of his Wimbledon title against Kazakh lucky loser Alexander Bublik, beat Kyrgios in straight sets previous year but both players are carrying hip complaints into the 2017 edition.
'I think it's going to be a really interesting Wimbledon, that's for sure, like it's been since the beginning of the year also. But the Russian-born Kazakh is an unpredictable showman who beat Lucas Pouille in the opening round of the Australian Open. Unlike before Paris, he is hitting the ball really well.
Ivan Lendl, the world number one's coach, said: "Practice has gone well".
"He would need to be significantly injured not to play".
"I played unbelievably well", said Federer of his performance in final. (Alexander) Zverev. I mean, you got some unsafe players that could upset one of those top four.
Karolina Pliskova (three) and Elina Svitolina (four) are seeded to reach the semi-finals.
Chile feels the fatigue from its all-out play in Confed Cup
The 30-year-old Monaco player made his 100th global appearance with Portugal in the team's win over New Zealand on Saturday. Mark Ogden and Nick Ames key in on Cristiano Ronaldo and Alexis Sanchez ahead of the semifinal between Portugal and Chile.
Colombian rebels have handed over almost all weapons
Drugs: The FARC have promised to help stamp out the drug production that has fueled the conflict in areas under its control. Those accused of crimes in the conflict will be tried by special courts and some will get amnesties or reduced sentences.
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The Congress can, under US Law , oppose any sale of weapons to a foreign country. Tillerson also said a "lowering of rhetoric would also help ease the tension".
Switzerland's Roger Federer, the current Australian Open champion and a seven-time victor at Wimbledon, was drawn against world number 84 Alexandr Dolgopolov of the Ukraine while Serbian Novak Djokovic will begin his hunt for a fourth men's singles crown at the venue against Slovakia's Martin Klizan. According to betting side Bovada, Roger Federer, who skipped the French Open, has the best odds of capturing the title.
The Scot was visibly struggling and was pictured crouched down in discomfort and leaning on the net at the All England Club on Friday.
Potential danger lurks in round four where Australian Nick Kyrgios may lie in Murray's path and should he reach the quarter finals Stan Wawrinka is a potential opponent.
Federer is in the same quarter as last year's runner-up Raonic - that would be a repeat of last year's semi-final that the Canadian won in five sets.
Murray, however, often owns a deceptively tired demeanour on court and after his first block of training in the morning, split over two hours, he indicated some optimism about playing his opening match on Monday.
The most exciting aspect of the men's draw is the possibility of Roger Federer and Nadal in another dream final.
The Serb, victor in 2011, 2014 and 2015, will play Martin Klizan first up.