In the current scenario, every sports tournament and competition around the world has been postponed or cancelled. Tennis has also been a sport that has been affected highly due to this pause, but this is a blessing in disguise for a player like Andy Murray, who has been recovering from his pelvic injury.
Murray had a surgery at the starting of 2019 and he came back to the game in June and turned to singles in August.
Due to bone bruising near the site of his surgery Murray didn’t play a single match this year. Although, tennis has been postponed till late July due to coronavirus outbreak, players have enough time to improve themselves.
The British-Canadian tennis player Greg Rusedski said, “it will be tough for twice Wimbledon champion Murray to regain his former place in the so-called big four of men’s tennis alongside Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic.”
He said, “The good news for him is that he’s had more of a rest at this point,” Rusedski told Sky Sports on Sunday. “Hopefully his body comes back, but to challenge week in week out with Nadal, Federer, Djokovic, (Stefanos) Tsitsipas is going to be hard.
He further added, “Can he win matches. Can he possibly win a Tour event, yes he can do so. But to win Slams, that’s three out of five sets, seven matches, that’s a little bit difficult. It’s possible he can get to a quarter-final, fourth round, but to go all the way with the surgeries he’s had, that’s a big ask.