Andy Murray 'fit for Wimbledon'
Andy Murray has sought to reassure people who may be Wimbledon hospitality guests this summer that he is fully fit and not being hindered by his troublesome ankle.
In his column for BBC Sport, the British number one explained that it had been a big call to play in the Queen's tournament as he wanted to be certain he is in the best possible shape for the upcoming grand slam event.
However, he seems to be happy with his choice, stating: "I'm glad I decided to play and the ankle's feeling OK. It might not heal quite as quickly but I know I'm not doing it any more damage."
Murray added that this is good news as it allows him to fully focus on his tennis rather than his fitness as he looks to prepare for the championship at the All England Club by regaining the title at Queen's, which he won in 2009.
He will attempt to reach the semi-finals of the tournament by beating Croatian Marin Cilic in the last eight later today (June 10th).