The 32-year-old’s future had been in doubt, sidelined in January by hip surgery. But Murray is back in form and pain free, teaming with Spain’s Feliciano Lopez at the Queen’s Club Championships in London, where they beat the top-seeded pair in straight sets in 74 minutes. “You want the nerves and the butterflies in the stomach and I had that,” the former world No. 1 said of his return.
Will he be back on top? Murray says he’s just happy to be on the court again, but he’s already confirmed he’ll play doubles at Wimbledon in July.
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