Andy Murray continues his path back from injury after he recovers from more injuries and a bout of coronavirus suffered last year. Greg Rusedski said, “you can never discount great champions”, referring to the Brit who recently celebrated the birth of his fourth child. Murray fell to a first-round defeat in Montpellier before falling at the second hurdle in Rotterdam. Murray is a two-time Miami Open champion winning back in 2009 and 2013 said he isn’t happy with his performance and still hopes to win major tournaments.
“Andy is the most competitive guy you’ll ever see in your life. You don’t win three majors and get to number one and everything he’s accomplished without that massive belief and massive drive.” Rusedski said. “You can never discount great champions and it would be great to see him playing well again. You shoot for the stars and maybe you get to the moon.”
Murray has not played in Miami since 2016 following his surgeries in 2018 and 2019. He has been drawn against Lloyd Harris who recently moved up to No. 52 in the world following a maiden runner up finish in an ATP 500 event. The winner of the match will take on Roberto Bautista Agut in the second round.