Andy Murray is “intellectually” making arrangements for the following month’s US Open yet concedes he is troubled about the arrival of tennis after the coronavirus shutdown.
The previous world number one is participating in the Battle of the Brits Team Tennis occasion in London this week and stays concentrated on the masterpiece hard-court occasion in New York, booked to begin on August 31.
The British player told the Metro he was expecting the US Open, which he won in 2012, to proceed.
“We need to attempt to set up that way,” he said. “We were stating four or five weeks prior, you know, we were really incredulous about it however intellectually at some stage you have to begin getting ready and anticipating that.”
“I’m intending to attempt to be there fit as a fiddle for the US Open,” he included. “On the off chance that it wasn’t going on my calendar for rehearsing, my recovery would all be somewhat unique. No doubt about it intellectually I’m making arrangements for it to proceed.”
The three-time Grand Slam champion said he was still “worried” yet trusts tennis can follow different games once again without hesitation after the since quite a while ago lay-off.
High level people’s tennis has been suspended since March.
Tennis boss a week ago dropped a competition in Washington DC because of imprint the resumption of the men’s tennis season over “proceeded with vulnerabilities”.
A few driving figures have thrown questions over the US Open, including world number one Novak Djokovic, who not long ago said he was uncertain about whether to go for the competition.
“Ideally it can proceed at the same time, if not, I’m likewise OK with that,” Murray said in remarks revealed by the Guardian. “Dislike I’m stating it must proceed. We have to attempt to return to contending when it’s protected to do as such.
“A few games have returned, and appear to have done really well — football, for instance. The issue for us is the movement.”
Murray, despite everything working his way once again from injury, recommended he would presumably attempt to contend at the ATP Western and Southern Open, which has been changed to Flushing Meadows, as a warm-up occasion in front of the US Open.