Andy Murray targets level of Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer in next five months

Andy Murray believes he will go back to the level of Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer again.
The former world dropped into the Challenger Tour – for the first time in 14 years – in Mallorca where he won the first two matches of his comeback to singles.
Murray, who underwent hip surgery in January, has signed to compete at a series of tournaments in China around the ATP Tour, including the Shanghai Pros of next month.
The Scot describes his own present standard as”around entire planet No 150″ and says patience will be important if he is to be back competing together with world # 1 Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, who won his 19th Grand Slam title at the US Open.
“For many years, of course, I competed against them, although I haven’t won each time against them. I’ve lost more than I’ve won [however ] I constantly went out on court feeling like I could win.
“I really don’t know if I’d like going out on the court against them knowing that I’m going to lose or feeling like I had no chance!
“That would probably be emotionally rather challenging for me personally. But maybe in five or four weeks, I could get there. I want to be patient and not expect.
“However, in terms of how I am hitting the ball from practice, that’s still there. The ability is still there, I only physically will have to acquire a little better and hopefully over the years I get a little bit quicker and I believe I will.”
Murray wants to become part of this Great Britain Davis Cup chosen in Madrid for the Finals of this year, from November 18-24, where they are attracted in an organization alongside Netherlands and Kazakhstan.
Nevertheless, the three-time Grand Slam winner doesn’t need to be selected at the expense of more higher-ranked gamers that are British.
“When I am selected I’ll play. I really don’t want to play with be chosen just because four years ago I played really well,” Murray, who clinched Great Britain their first Davis Cup title since 1936 four decades ago, said.
“The Davis Cup ought to be predicated on who the top players are and also the best players that provide us a possibility of winning. Now I am not playing as well as Dan [Evans] and Kyle [Edmund] or even Cameron Norrie.
“Potentially doubles, I would like to assist and be in the team and perform singles but if I had been asked to play with doubles I would likely do this.”
Murray must decide by Friday whether he makes the decision to enter for tennis’ ATP Cup – which starts on January 3 in Australia.
Wonderful Britain’s involvement depends on Murray with his ranking of world No 2, with the championship scheduled just ahead of the Australian Open over two weeks.
“I have been a little unsure about that,” he explained.
“it is a team competition and if I’m not likely to play singles only a week to ten days ahead of the Australian Open…The Australian Open is my first priority”
Andy Murray was talking at an event to encourage TRR Nutrition PRO Advanced Collagen – a daily liquid
Supplement developed for the Scot.

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