Andy Murray has a “great chance” of winning Wimbledon for a second time, according to former British number one Greg Rusedski.
At the opening of a new tennis facility in Scotland, Rusedski said that Murray goes into Wimbledon as second favourite behind Novak Djokovic, who as defending champion has to be the man to beat.”
But he added: “Since marrying Kim Sears, Andy has only lost one match out of 16 so I think this could possibly be his year again.”
And 1987 Wimbledon champion Pat Cash, who joined Rusedski for the opening of the Gleneagles courts, believes Murray has made massive improvements to his game after collecting ATP titles in Munich and Madrid.
“He’s had a great run throughout the whole clay-court season and only losing the French Open semi-final to Djokovic so that’s encouraging and certainly encouraging for him going on for the rest of the year as well,” said Cash.
Wimbledon starts on 29 June and will run until 12 July.
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