Tennis

Andy Murray opens up on Federer

Hampered by two hip surgeries in 2018 and 2019, Murray is not giving up on his arduous journey back to the top where he joined Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic as part of the Big 4.

 

 

“Obviously, people have been talking about it for many years. The next generation have come through, [but] the same guys are still winning the Grand Slams and I’d love to see Roger back competing again.

 

I don’t know his situation, but I believe he will get back to competing.

 

 

I don’t know how long for, but I really hope we can play another tournament together. It’s been a long time,” said Murray.

 

 

Unlike last year, the Brit said he is not having any physical troubles as he prepares for the Wimbledon Championships.

 

 

“In comparison to last year, I feel completely different. Last year I was barely practising in the build-up to Queen’s, and when I was practising I was not moving [well]…

 

 

I was not feeling good until about four days before Wimbledon, and then I actually felt fine. But my preparation was non-existent,” Andy Murray said.

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