The last rumours about Andy Murray's comeback indicate that the British player could seriously miss the grass-court season. The former world No. 1 won't play the Loughborough Challenger, in contrary to the possible initial plans.
He is supposed to compete at the Libema Open in 's-Hertogenbosch, then Queen's. These two tournaments, if he decides to play, would be the key to learn whether if he can play best of five sets matches again. Anyway, he will make a last minute decision on whether if playing at the All England Club.
'He doesn’t yet know if he’ll be 100% and will actually play – he won’t know exact plans until much closer to the time', an insider told The Guardian. Obviously it would be really tough for Murray to pull out of Wimbledon, the most important tournament of the season for him.
But he always stressed that the surface transition is always tough: he is training on hard courts now and should switch to grass, then vice-versa in July. ALSO READ: Roger Federer is towards the end of his career - Lucas Pouille