British ace Andy Murray is all set to begin his grass-court campaign at Queen's Club tournament after recovering from illness.
British ace Andy Murray is all set to begin his grass-court campaign at Queen’s Club tournament after recovering from illness.
The world number three said that he suffered with a cough during the French Open and his left eye had later ‘closed up’, the BBC reported.
Murray, who lost to Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals at Roland Garros, said that he was actually sick for a week and needed to recover from that, so he took three days off after returning to the UK.
Murray confirmed that his pregnant coach Amelie Mauresmo, who is due to give birth in August, would be with him at Wimbledon, with Jonas Bjorkman taking on coaching duties at Queen’s.
He said that he liked having her around the tournaments and it has been a very good start to the year for him.