Andy Murray was seen at the London O2 arena this week, as he watched the matches alongside his former coach. The Brit is making a slow recovery back into the professional world of tennis. Roger Federer was asked about the current predicament of Andy Murray.
“I feel you can very quickly play top-30 level‘, said Roger Federer. “That level he found quickly and easily, he wasn’t 100% so that makes me feel good about his chances”, he continued. “Problem is that he has been No. 1, has won doubles Olympic gold, so it’s not enough to play last 16 or quarters”, said Federer. “I’m confident if he does feel 100% he can play back to the top. But I just don’t know how he’s feeling”, added Federer.
Even Novak Djokovic sent out his message towards the Andy Murray camp, for a speedy recovery. ‘I don’t know in details how severe his injury is or what he’s going through”, said Djokovic. “He’s a great guy, I have tonnes of respect with him, we grew up together. I sincerely wish him a speedy recovery”, he continued. “One of the biggest struggles he’s going through is who to trust”, said Djokovic.
A great team effort over the past 6 weeks supporting an intensive Reconditioning Camp for Andy Murray. Restoring athletic normal and preparing for 2019! @DelgadoJamie @MattLittleSandC pic.twitter.com/uNqzD19Gou
— Bill Knowles (@BillKnowles_KA) November 13, 2018
Murray has been spotted in the gym with his fitness team, and is showing constant signs of recovery. However, it remains to be seen as to how fast, he is ready to get back up on the tour. Murray had competed at the US Open in August and reached the second round before losing to the Spaniard Fernando Verdasco, who also later beat him in the quarter-finals of the Shenzhen Open.He was scheduled to play at the China Open but his involvement was cut short by an ankle problem and Murray decided to end his 2018 season early to build fitness ahead of 2019. We leave you with Andy Murray’s video of gymnastics practice session.