Written by Staff Writer
17 Jun, 2018 | 8:57 pm
Former world number one and British Tennis player Andy Murray says he had made a decision to compete at the Queen’s Club Championships the day before the draw was made, despite declaring his intention with just half-an-hour to spare.
After spending almost 11 months on the sidelines following a hip surgery, the two-time Grand Slam Wimbledon champion said he only wanted to make sure he was fit enough to take part before putting himself in the forefront of a game.
The Briton, 30, now ranked 19th in the world said he is optimistic about his future and is aiming to play at Wimbledon this July following the operation on his right hip by Dr John O’Donnell, one of the world’s leading hip surgeons.
This year’s Wimbledon Championship is scheduled to begin on July 2.
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