Murray itching for Wimbledon chance
Andy Murray is in no doubt he will be physically and mentally ready for his chance of Wimbledon glory, starting on June 25.
The British number one heads to the 126th staging of the SW19 Championship off the back of a poor run of form which has seen him slip to defeats by Nicholas Mahut in the second round of the Aegon Championships at Queen's and Janko Tipsarevic at the Boodles.
The talented Scot said he was not concerned by his pre-All England Club form and vowed he would be ready in his efforts to win an elusive first major.
The number four seed, beaten in last year's semi-finals by Rafael Nadal, said: "You want to do better every year you play there. It's going to be tough.
"There's a lot of tough, tough players around, a lot of dangerous floaters as well, big servers with big games that are very tough early on, especially on the grass courts. So it's going to be challenging.
"My fitness is fine. You slip and slide on the grass fairly often but I'll be fine on Monday."