Murray plays down injury fears
Britain's number one Andy Murray insists his back is no longer troubling him ahead of the grass court season.
The world number four appeared to struggle with a back injury at the French Open earlier this month, particularly in his opening match, but the Scot still managed to reach the last-eight at Roland Garros. Murray, however, insists he is now over the injury and is looking forward to competing at Queen's and Wimbledon. "It is fine," said Murray, when asked about his back. "I practised the last couple of days on the grass. "It is probably a better surface for us; it is a bit more forgiving than the clay. "There are a lot of long rallies on the clay, long points, long matches so the grass will probably help it a bit." He added: "I do look forward to the grass court season. You get into a normal routine, which can be different at other tournaments."