Is Andy Murray ready for Wimbledon 2021?



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Is Andy Murray ready for Wimbledon 2021?

2016 was a truly extraordinary year for British tennis player and former world number one Andy Murray. The strong champion reached the final at the Australian Open and at the Roland Garros, he won the gold medal at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics and triumphed in the home tournament at Wimbledon.

Winner of 3 Slams and protagonist in 11 Grand Slam finals, when everyone expected an even bigger leap for Andy, the tennis player was held back by a hip injury that reduced his career and also took him to a step from withdrawal.

Murray, however, came back to the ATP Tour at full capacity for love and passion for this sport, the athlete who dominated and was among the protagonists in the circuit has never returned but continues to play with passion as demonstrated in the last week at Queen's.

Andy Murray's words ahead of Wimbledon

Here Andy came back to win a match on grass after three years beating the French Benoit Paire but fell in the second match against our Matteo Berrettini, winner with a double 6-3.

If on the one hand the blue tennis player appeared in excellent shape and able to win the tournament without particular worries, on the other hand Murray showed a good condition and despite not being in the Top 100 he arrives at Wimbledon as a tennis player who can cause annoyance to many.

opponents. Interviewed by the Times, the British tennis player gave a very interesting interview. Here are his words: "I'm healthy for Wimbledon. My way of training is intermittent, I had to play a couple of sets with Cilic to train, but the rain blocked everything.

Now I will only take one day off until the tournament starts." Murray will not play doubles and mixed doubles but only singles and he made the following comment about it: "don't plan to play mixed doubles, I think the single is enough.

For this edition this is only my goal." Currently Murray is number 119 in the world and participates in the tournament with a wild card but in any case the tennis player represents an obstacle for anyone who happens to participate in the London tournament.