Former British tennis player and current analyst Andrew Castle says former world No. 1 Andy Murray is in great spirits as he expects the 32-year-old to play singles at Wimbledon next year. Murray made a winning return from a hip resurfacing surgery two weeks ago as he won the Queen's doubles title alongside Spaniard Feliciano Lopez after beating Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury in the final.
This week, Murray lost his doubles opener in Eastbourne with Marcelo Melo but the Briton is set for more doubles action as next up for him will be Wimbledon. Murray hopes to make a singles comeback this year but he is in a no rush to do so as if it happens this season, it will likely come after the US Open.
"Andy told me that he feels this huge sense of relief at the fact that he can play again when he didn’t think he could. He was supposed to be retired but he says he’s still got some tennis to play. I think he will be back next year playing in the singles at Wimbledon," Castle exclusively told the Daily Express.