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Andy Murray Backs Federer, Nadal or Djokovic to Win Wimbledon 2019

Andy Murray Backs Federer, Nadal or Djokovic to Win Wimbledon 2019

Andy Murray who is making a comeback in the grass season after going through a hip surgery is still not ready to compete in singles at the Wimbledon Championships 2019.

However, Andy Murray will be seen playing doubles in this grass-court season. The 3-time grand slam champion feels that Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer will end up winning the Wimbledon 2019 title. The top 3 players at the ATP Leaderboards continued their dominance, claiming three of the four semifinal spots at the French Open 2019.

Andy Murray

Andy Murray backed the ‘big 3’ ahead of the Wimbledon Championships as he said, “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 some upsets early on.”

We have seen in the past, how the big servers have troubled the top players at Wimbledon. There have been major upsets by big servers like Lucas Rosol, Dustin Brown, Gilles Muller, Nick Kyrgios, Sam Querrey, Kevin Anderson, Milos Raonic, and John Isner.

However, the Brit suggested that if the ‘big 3’ are fit and pass the early test of the big servers at the All England Club then one them will certainly win the title. He continued, “If those guys are fit and healthy and get through the first few rounds, I would expect one of them to come through.”

Andy Murray

Andy Murray is the only player to win a title at the Wimbledon in the past 16 years besides Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic. He will be returning to the tour partnering with Feliciano Lopez in doubles Fever-Tree Championships, before moving ahead to the Eastbourne and Wimbledon. However, the 32-year-old has made no commitments for the Eastbourne and Wimbledon.

He 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.”


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