Andy Murray sounds more and more optimistic about his comeback.
The Brit sensation is completely pain-free after his hip operation sustained in January, and he is ready to get back to competition (at least in doubles).
Andy will side with Feliciano Lopez at the upcoming tournament at the Queen’s Club, and he plans to compete also the following weeks in Eastbourne and Wimbledon.
Andy Murray’s plan on grass
The former world no.1 commented
My plan is to try and play the three weeks, to play Queen’s, Eastbourne and Wimbledon. I’ve just spoken to a few players who are a bit more relaxed about whether I can play or not, so not necessarily like doubles specialists but guys that if I was able to would be up for playing, but likewise if I’m not they’re fine as well.
So we’ll see a little bit. Probably by the beginning of next week; maybe potentially play with Feli at Eastbourne too. We haven’t spoken much about that. He is waiting potentially on a Wimbledon wildcard decision and stuff. His ranking has dropped a bit. So he needs a wildcard to get Wimbledon. If he didn’t get one, he would have to play qualifies.
He couldn’t play Eastbourne. The doubles is a bit more complicated with the singles entries and stuff. There are a lot of moving parts. We will see what will happen.”
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