By Bailey Watkins
From having an outstanding season last year, becoming world number one and looking impossible to stop, the public are questioning how far Andy Murray will get defending his 2016 Wimbledon title.
Ever since becoming number one his performances have gone from bad to worse, with the most recent shock exit happening at the Queen’s tournament – getting knocked out in the first round by world number 63 Jordan Thompson.
So how likely is it for Andy Murray to defend his title at Wimbledon on home soil after his recent performances? The man himself has admitted his defeat in the Queen’s is a big blow to his chances of having a repeat of last year’s success.
He said: “If I play like that, I certainly won’t win Wimbledon, but I can play better than that.”
It looks like the world number one has lot of work to do to prepare for Wimbledon and hopefully keep his title.