Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal feature Wednesday in an enthusiastic response to the return of Andy Murray, in two weeks, at the ATP tournament at Queen’s. The Shot will only be in the doubles match, which took office at the side of the Spaniard Feliciano Lopez.
The 32-year-old Murray, a three grandslamwinnaar and two-time olympic champion, suffered after the Australian Open in January and a hip replacement. There was a time when the fear of the Shot is to be his last professional tennis match was played.
“I think we are all eagerly waiting for his return,” put Nadal in the general direction of the table. “We’ve always hoped to get him back on the court to see it. A good health is very important, more important than the tennis players are. However, if he has both of them re-combined, that would be great.”
The Swiss will play Friday in the semi-finals of Roland Garros against perennial arch-rival, Rafael Nadal. The Spaniard was full of praise on Murray. “I’ve always thought that he would be back. He is still very young and a very passionate player. I am pleased that we will be able to see the play.”
Murray was also the intention in the World, which will be launched on the 1st of July, a double-play. He is also in singles action, it will come out in the third grand slam tournament of the season, it is still not clear.