Brit confident of future succes
Andy Murray says he has rediscovered his form after a recent slump and is once again focused on breaking his grand slam duck.
The Scot went through a terrible run of form after his Australian Open final defeat to Novak Djokovic, failing to win a set as he crashed out in the early stages of the next three ATP events he played in.
However, Murray returned to form with a bang in the Monte Carlo Masters, reaching the semi-finals where he was eventually beaten by the king of clay and eventual winner Rafael Nadal.
After missing the Barcelona Open through injury Murray returns to action in Madrid this week and believes his performances in Monte Carlo show he has turned the corner.
"I feel good, I had a couple of bad months but I feel great again, I feel like I can win grand slams, I think I will win one," Murray said.
"I practice and train very hard to give myself the chance to do that. I don't mind whether people are talking about me or not, that's not really important. I believe in myself, I believe in the guys that I work with and I'm sure I'll get there."
The 23-year-old went on to say that he was enjoying the clay court season and was getting on well in his preparations ahead of the French Open, which begins later this month.