For the first time in his 11-year-old career, Andy Murray has put a series of four consecutive finals - Madrid, Rome, Roland Garros and Queen's. World No 2, who is currently on a streak of 20 wins and just two defeats dated back from Mutua Madrid Masters certainly thinks he is in a good position ahead of Wimbledon.
''I probably haven't done that before so that's again a good sign'', told Murray, according to the Belfast Telegraph.
''I hadn't thought about it but it's a sign things are going in the right direction the last few months.'' Interestingly, his last result that didn't include a final was the semi-final at Monte Carlo Rolex Masters which was his last tournament played before Madrid Open.
After taking first set against Spaniard Rafa Nadal in their stage of last four encounter, his game slowed down and Nadal took full advantage of it and started his comeback and ended up winning 2-6 6-4 6-2.
Reflecting on that, Murray noted that he was pretty close to reaching the deciding clash in Monte Carlo too. However, the 29-year-old is well aware that there is no room for relax as he needs to maintain the good form for the upcoming events.
Murray said: ''It's been a good three months or so and I need to try to keep that up between now and the end of the year.'' Also read: Andy Murray joyful after success over Milos Raonic: ´It means a lot to me´ .