Andy Murray declares himself fit for his Wimbledon title defence Andy Murray is confident he will be fit to play seven matches as he chases another Wimbledon title.
There were doubts whether the world number one would even begin his campaign at the All England Club after he was unable to practise for two days because of a hip problem. Murray returned to the court on Friday but looked far from fully fit and continued to hobble between points during practice sessions over the weekend. However, the Scot gave a positive report on his condition at his pre tournament press conference and does not expect coach outlet atlanta lyric theatre that to change. He said: "I'll be fine to play the event and play seven matches. "If necessary, I can take some anti inflammatories if my hip flares up. Hopefully that's not the case." Murray revealed he has suffered with hip problems since he was very young, saying: "It's not something new to me. It's just been very sore the last few weeks. As well as the hip issue, he has been laid low by a bout of shingles, an elbow injury and two doses of flu. But this is the first time something has badly affected him so close to a grand slam. "I haven't been in that sort of position too often, only a few days before a slam, and not felt good at all," he said. "Obviously this is an extremely important tournament, so you worry a little bit. It's a little bit stressful if you can't practice for a few days, you really want to be preparing, training as much as you can to get ready and make you feel better, especially when you hadn't had any matches. "But coach outlet coupons 1-800flowers I just tried to think positively. I coach outlet handbags clearance tried to make the best decisions along with my team to give myself the best chance to feel good on Monday. I feel like I've done that." Murray has been in noticeably good spirits despite his injury worries and it was revealed on Sunday he has an extra reason to be happy with wife Kim expecting their second child. The 30 year old declined to reveal any details about the pregnancy but said the couple, whose daughter Sophia is 17 months old, had known for a while. "We're both obviously very happy and looking forward to it," he said. "It's certainly not a distraction in the slightest." Murray is defending a Wimbledon title for the second time and will have the traditional champion's honour of playing the first match on Centre Court on Monday. His difficult season and health problems have dampened expectations but Murray will still feel the weight of coach outlet coupons eastbay pressure as the home favourite when he steps out on court. The Scot only made it to the quarter finals when he first defended the title in 2014, his worst performance since 2008. He said: "Obviously I've got a little bit more experience, I'm a bit older now. Hopefully I'm able to deal with things better this time round. "But, really once you get out there, I don't feel like I'm coming in trying to defend something. I'm going out there trying to win Wimbledon again. "Maybe it adds a little bit of extra pressure, a few more nerves, especially at this slam with the way the scheduling is, that you're the first one out there on Centre Court. You feel like you're opening up the tournament a little bit.
"But I feel okay. I've felt fairly calm the last few days, considering how I've been feeling." On paper, Murray has a kind draw against lucky loser Alexander Bublik, a 20 year old Russian turned Kazakh ranked 134.
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