Murray reacts to injury critics
British number one Andy Murray has insisted he has not been playing up his recent back injury ahead of Wimbledon.
The Scot suffered injury problems before and during the French Open at Roland Garros, as he fell short of another Grand Slam title by crashing out in the quarter-finals. There have been claims from some quarters that Murray has been over-exaggerating his back problem but the world number four has insisted he has not been playing up his injury ahead of the SW19 competition. He said: "I think eight painkilling injections in your back before the French Open justifies a genuine injury. "If someone is going to say to me my back injury is not genuine, they can come see my reports from the doctors, they can see the pictures of a needle about eight inches long in my back. "I'm not accepting criticism any more because it's not fair."