Andy Murray (ATP 156) participate in Wimbledon but the two-time winner of the English grand slam tournament to place a reservation. “If I do not feel good each morning when I’m standing, I play not. I view it very much from day to day,” Murray said Saturday in London.
The former number 1 of the world stood by for almost a year on the side because of a lingering hip injury. The 31-year-old Shot made recently on Queen’s long-awaited comeback, but lost immediately in the first round. This week, he reached in Eastbourne in the second round. “It’s getting better, but it takes a lot of time to my old level again to pick up”, the man said that Wimbledon in 2013 and 2016 won.
Murray got the organization is not a protected status, and is therefore unplaced. He strikes Benoît Paire (ATP 48) in the first round. Last year, he defeated the Frenchman in round four. After his defeat in the quarter-final against Sam Querrey were the hip complaints are too large to continue.