Andy Murray said that he is confident that his body will be fine Wimbledon this year and the competition offers him the best chance to go deep into a Grand Slam.
The 35-year-old was expected to retire in 2019 after undergoing hip surgery but got his career back on track after another operation.
The three-time major champion reached his fourth ATP final since returning to the Tour at the Qatar Open last week, where he lost. Daniel Medvedevbefore pulling out of the Dubai Tennis Championships due to an ongoing hip problem.
Murray says he has made some changes in his training to avoid putting on too much weight.
“I’m really happy with the way I’ve been training in practice over the last four months and I didn’t do that with Wimbledon in mind. “Murray told The Times newspaper in Monday.
“If I do that and accumulate enough days, then I believe that come Wimbledon my game will be in a very good place.”
According to the Scotsman, many players feel happy to play on difficult courts, he has a better chance of going to the second week of the big court, where he will be champion twice.
“I’m not saying I expect to win the French Open (on clay) if I play, but with Wimbledon there’s definitely a better chance to have a deep run.” ,” he added.
Murray believes his body will be able to cope with the physical demands of playing five-set matches if needed. “I have a few bruises and my body is not feeling amazing, but it is adapting well in the first few games of the year which have been very difficult,” he added.