Andy Murray is optimistic about his chances of playing singles in 2019, as he prepares to compete in doubles at Queen’s next week.
The former world No. 1 underwent a hip resurfacing operation at the end of January, which has revitalised his chances of making a return to the professional game.
Murray will team up with Spain’s Feliciano Lopez on the Fever-Tree Championships grass courts in a welcome return for British sport, but he has his eyes on a comeback in singles later this year.
While the three-time Grand Slam champion is not expecting a swift return to action – and suggested he wouldn’t be ready in time for the US Open – he is hopeful of returning to top-level singles this season. Read more