Andy Murray fans sent message by mother Judy over Wimbledon hopes

ANDY MURRAY will not be able to live up to the lofty expectations of his fans, according to his mother Judy, even though he buoyed hopes of a Wimbledon appearance by winning at Eastbourne yesterday.

On Monday evening, Murray recorded his first win in nearly a year when he beat fellow injury struggler Stan Wawrinka in straight sets at the ATP 250 tournament in Eastbourne.

The Brit admitted afterwards that he surprised himself with how well he played but also refused to confirm that he would play at Wimbledon, which starts on Monday.

The 31-year-old is desperate not to miss a tournament he has won twice but mother Judy Murray, his first coach at an early age and an ardent supporter of his career, has urged his fans not to expect too much.

“This is all about building up match fitness and building it up slowly,” she told BBC Scotland.

“He was out for a long time and Wimbledon is a different kettle of fish. It’s five sets and you can be out there for four or five hours if you have a long match.


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