Andy Murray's first match at Wimbledon since his 2017 quarter-final loss to Sam Querrey will not be scheduled on the Centre Court. The British player will pair up with Pierre-Hugues Herbert next week but according to what Daily Mail has learned, Wimbledon will keep having the same scheduling system featuring three matches per day on the Centre Court.
Speaking of his triumph at Queen's with Feliciano Lopez, Murray said: "I had a really, really good week last week and pulled up fine, like, I was not in any pain or discomfort. That's obviously really, really nice for me.
I mean, obviously you always want to play really well, but, you know, so long as I'm fit and healthy and I can stay on the practice court and stay on the match court, I'll improve all the time. That's how it normally works.
Hopefully, that will be the case." "I think more, like, the chance to -- because regardless of how I did here, you know, I probably would have taken a couple of days afterwards, anyway. But it's more I get to go and get used to the conditions and stuff at Wimbledon and the courts again.
They are different. I know they're grass, but they are different each week. You know, the doubles start on Wednesday/Thursday there. I'll probably get a good week's kind of practicing beforehand, and I'll be able to do some physical work, as well, and work on the bits of my game that I need to get better."