The former World Number one tennis player, Andy Murray will be hitting the professional tennis court tomorrow for the first time, after providing a fixation to his prolonged back injury. He was last featured at Australian Open 2019, where he dealt with a five-set loss to Roberto Bautista Agut.
The Brit along with the Spaniard partner, Feliciano Lopez will be taking on the top-seed Colombians on the doubles court of Queen’s Club Championships 2019. Over the past few months, his back has been a nightmare for Andy Murray and it has been threatening his career ever since it got underway and negative thoughts concerning tennis bounced upon the three-time Grand Slam champion.
“I mean, there was a number of times over the last 18 months where I did want to stop,” Andy Murray said. “You know, I didn’t want to play anymore. I was getting no enjoyment out of tennis at all, whether that be training, practice matches. Winning matches weren’t really bothered really either because it wasn’t fun”.
Presently, Andy Murray is on cloud nine to hold his tennis racquet and once again run back and forth on his home turf. “Yeah, now it’s just nice. I like playing tennis. I’m sure some of you guys like playing tennis and enjoy getting out on the court and hitting tennis balls. I’m exactly the same. Like, I’m a fan of the sport. I have played it since I was a kid. And, yeah, I want to keep playing if I can because I enjoy it,” Andy Murray mentioned.
The Scotsman is looking forward to stepping on the courts SW19 where is he has thrice achieved his career milestones (two Slams and one Olympic Gold medal). “Yeah, it would be nice to be winning, like, Wimbledon and major tournaments and things like that, but you know, hardly anyone gets the opportunity to do that, and there are still loads of players that still love and enjoy the sport without being able to, you know, win the biggest competitions,” Andy Murray continued.
Presently, Murray is training to get used to the doubles form tennis and rejoicing his return to tennis. “And I would hope that I would be able to, you know, to deal with that absolutely fine, as well, and just enjoy. I have enjoyed practicing and training doubles and getting ready for this event, although it’s different from what I’m used to. I’m fine with that. It’s not a big deal,” Andy Murray said.