In an interview, as quoted by Metro, Andy Murray commented on Wimbledon. The French Open ended a few days ago with the Rafael Nadal's win over Dominic Thiem, but predictions for The Championships have started. Asked who will win the men's singles title, the 2013 and 2016 winner indicated Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic.
"I think the winner will come from those three. I guess it’s possible that some of the guys with huge serves could potentially go on a run and there will maybe be some upsets early on. ‘If those guys are fit and healthy and get through the first few rounds, I would expect one of them to come through", said Murray, who will play the doubles draw in Wimbledon.
Asked who could be his doubles partner, Murray, who will pair up with Feliciano Lopez at Queen's said: "I’ve spoken to a few players about that. But again, it’s just difficult for me to commit to playing.
My plan is to try and play the three weeks, to play Queen’s, Eastbourne and Wimbledon. I’ve just spoken to a few players who are a bit more relaxed about whether I can play or not, so not necessarily like doubles specialists but guys that if I was able to would be up for playing, but likewise if I’m not they’re fine as well.
So we’ll see a little bit. Probably by the beginning of next week… maybe potentially play with Feli at Eastbourne too. We haven’t spoken much about that. He is waiting potentially on a Wimbledon wildcard decision and stuff.
His ranking has dropped a bit. So he needs a wildcard to get Wimbledon. If he didn’t get one, he would have to play qualifies. He couldn’t play Eastbourne. The doubles is a bit more complicated with the singles entries and stuff. There are a lot of moving parts. We will see what will happen."