MIKE DICKSON: Ivan Lendl moved on Thursday night to calm fears that Andy Murray's Wimbledon title defence is in jeopardy, insisting that he is happy with his player's preparation.
Andy Murray begins his campaign for a second Wimbledon title against a player with whom he shares a rare distinction. The two players both employ a woman as their coach.
LONDON, July 2 (Reuters) - Andy Murray will begin his Wimbledon title defence on Monday after confirming his recovery from a hip injury that has disrupted his preparation for this year's tournament.
Murray insists 'it's not that interesting' that long-time foes Lendl and McEnroe will go head-to-head as Raonic stands between the world number two and a record fifth triumph at the Aegon Championships.
Novak Djokovic has insisted he has no concerns that big rivals Andy Murray and Roger Federer will arrive at Wimbledon both rested and in title-winning form