Fitness-wise, the next few days are all about endurance.
Grass may be a forgiving surface but because you're staying really low with lots of direction changes and very fine movements, your joints can get quite sore. Similarly, running on a track can make you stiff.
So for endurance I'll get on on the bike or versaclimber and then, closer to Wimbledon, my focus will turn to speed work using a bungee rope, ball feeds and specific on-court drills.
Murray was using a bungee rope to work on his speed with fitness trainer Jez Green at Queen's
The bungee rope provides resistance, so you play a few shots while attached to it before removing it and hitting the same shots. The idea is you'll start getting there quicker and quicker.
In terms of my tennis, the serve and return are the two most important shots on grass and it's vital I spend a lot of time working on them.
If you lose your serve on clay, there's a good chance you'll get it back because of the slow surface - but serve badly on grass and it puts huge pressure on your return game.
Likewise, if you serve well on grass it puts a lot of pressure on your opponent to do the same.
It will be a bit like preparing for the Australian Open. I often go to Melbourne without playing a competitive tournament, just training hard, and I've always played well there.
But amid all the build-up to Wimbledon, it's important to relax too. My girlfriend Kim and I want to see two movies:
and Will Ferrell's new film
Casa de Mi Padre.
I was trying to watch the Dictator during the French Open but it wasn't out when we were in Paris, so that's a priority, as is
keeping on top of Euro 2012.
I've watched almost every match so far and I'm top of my fantasy football league - so far, so good.
It's also good to spend time with Ivan and nice for him to be in London. Sightseeing isn't really his thing but golf certainly is. It seems the whole time he's not on court, he's on the course.
I haven't played golf for about two years and although I like it, I'm not sure it would be wise to play with Ivan. He's entered a professional tournament before, so I don't think I'd stand much of a chance.
It's great to to unwind but the serious stuff is just around the corner. By the time Wimbledon starts on 25 June, I'll be ready to go.
Andy Murray was talking to David Ornstein and will be contributing regular columns throughout the summer.
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