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Murray : Tennis star in spotlight as Wimbledon looms

19 June 2017

Murray kicks off the week with a first-round clash against compatriot Aljaz Bedene on Tuesday, and faces a tough Aegon Championships field, that includes Stan Wawrinka.

World No. 1 Andy Murray has revealed he may only have another "couple of years" playing at the top of the sport.

Before the Wimbledon kicks off, Murray will have another challenge - which is at the Queen's Club (Aegon Championships) next week and Murray will be looking to an impact there.

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He is seeded to face France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the quarter-finals and former US Open champion Marin Cilic in the semi-finals, with a potential final against second seed Wawrinka. Right now there's a goal towards me doing it. "I'll continue to play so long as my body is fine".

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Trailing Djokovic by 8,035 points in the rankings, Murray made a sensational surge up the charts in the second half of the season, winning seven of nine ATP Tour events to finish 2016 at the top of the rankings. I think it's awesome that he reached No 1, considering the obstacles, the competition that he was up against.

'But it's not true of the previous year because I'm ranked No. 1 in the world.

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"If you look at the titles and everything those guys have won overall, I mean, I can't compare myself to them". I feel like I'm doing things better than I did previous year.

Save for Barcelona, where the 30-year-old Scot reached the semi-finals, he has struggled on the clay courts of Europe until Roland Garros, where, aided by a favourable draw, he reached the last four.

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'It's not true of the a year ago but in terms of the career as a whole, then I would, if I could swap careers with those guys I obviously would because they've won a lot more than me'.

"It's helped me prepare for Wimbledon every year in my career", said Murray. It took me a long time to get there.

"I would hope to still be playing at the next Olympics", he added.

"I'll give it my best shot for sure". I've been better than them for the last 12 months. "But in terms of the career as a whole, if I could swap with those guys then I would because they've won a lot more than me".

He followed up his success in 2009 by completing the ideal Wimbledon preparation by fighting back to defeat hard-hitting Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 3-6 7-6 (7-2) 6-4 in the 2011 final, which was only the third Monday final in the tournament's history.

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Murray : Tennis star in spotlight as Wimbledon looms