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Andy Murray confident about Wimbledon return; is fit again and full of belief

Andy Murray announced on Saturday that he had brushed off the abdominal injury that had jeopardized his presence in Wimbledon. This was before stating that he still had a lot more “excellent tennis” in him.

This abdominal issue forced Andy Murray to skip the Queen’s club event. He then had doubts over his participation in Wimbledon but the Scottish player confirms that since, things have improved.

Andy Murray on his recovery for Wimbledon

The 51st ranked player told the reporters, “It’s gone well. I’ve been able to gradually progress my training this week and got to play a few sets, a lot of points. The last few days have been good.”

Andy Murray

He later added on his recent performances, “”I think I showed a couple of weeks ago that there was still good tennis left in me. I beat a guy in the top five, I was neck-and-neck with Berrettini. Who is one of the best grasscourt players in the world before the injury.”

Murray made it to his 70th final of his career and second final of his year. Although he finished with a runners-up standing in Sydney.

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Murray opening up about the difficulties he faced while finding a Coach

Andy has revealed what it was like to be rejected by so many trainers before joining with Lendl in March.

Murray noted pre of Wimbledon, “Having Ivan on my team helps.” We’ve had a lot of past success. We are well acquainted. He still has faith in me. There haven’t been many coaches that have done that in the last few years. He has.”

Andy also addresses the rejection he faced, “From memory, up until this period, there was maybe one or two times when I’d spoken to coaches about working with me that it hadn’t worked out. Whereas this time round, I got turned down by a lot of coaches.

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He also quoted, “Obviously, it was difficult to deal with because I don’t know how many top-level coaches there are that you’d want to work with if trying to win the major events. That’s why I’m grateful Ivan has come back to help me try to achieve what I want.”

Wimbledon commences from Monday, June 27 and Andy Murray will face Australian player James Duckworth in the first round.

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