Judy Murray says she is sure her son Andy Murray will play at Wimbledon once again, dismissing speculation that the former World No. 1 may not come back after the tennis circuit resumes. Speaking to the BBC Scotland, the former British Fed Cup captain says, "I am sure (Andy) will (play again at Wimbledon).
It is three months until Wimbledon would have been on and then it will be another 12 months and Andy is still only 33 and look at (Roger) Federer! He is still going strong at 38, and there's Serena (Williams, who is also 38), so there is no reason, so long as he stays fit and healthy, why he can't play at Wimbledon again.
It's the same for Jamie as well. One of the things that Jamie said recently, when he was asked what his goals are or what he still wants to achieve before the end of his career, he said that he wanted to be able to play a Wimbledon with his brother so let's hope that can happen one day."
Wimbledon has been canceled this year due to the ongoing global health crisis. Murray has not played since a pelvic injury in October and was aiming to make a comeback at the Miami Open in March before the tennis circuit was shutdown due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Murray had undergone a hip surgery last year and made a comeback to the tennis circuit where he won the ATP Antwerp Open, which is where he sustained the pelvic injury. The Scot has won the Wimbledon singles title twice in his career - in 2013 and 2016.