After the presentation of Andy Murray live event’s 2nd edition, an event to be attended by the World NO. 1 as well as featuring the Wimbledon 2017 champion, Roger Federer, Judy Murray spoke about the match at Wimbledon that saw the Brit exit the Championships, ending his defending campaign in dismay.
Judy was quick to back Murray when speaking about it and even acknowledged the fact that it was very disheartening to see his fail. Judy said, “It was a very special opportunity, and I think Andy did very well getting to where he got to given that his preparation coming into the tournament wasn’t as he would have liked it.”
“But the great thing about tennis, there is always a tournament around the corner. I’ve seen quite a bit of him because obviously he is in London taking a well-earned break.”
When asked about Andy’s intentions to feature at the US Open 2017 that is due to start from 28th August, Judy had no clue about that. She said, “I’m not sure what his thoughts are.”
“At the moment, he is currently assessing his options in terms of what he needs to do in order for his hips to get better.”
Murray last won a title last year at Dubai Open and since then has even failed to make it through to the finals. He was one of the top contenders at the Wimbledon but failed to leave up to the expectations.
Murray, despite of suffering a hip injury in the Wimbledon pre-season, he played well at the grass court grand slam. Let’s just hope for the best for the reigning World No.1 and hope that he returns to action by the time of US Open.