Tennis: Andy Murray on Queen's, Wimbledon & Tim Henman

World number two Andy Murray discusses what Queen's means to him, the emotions of returning to Wimbledon and practising with Tim Henman.

The Scot says it was a "hard decision" to miss the French Open and admits this will leave him "short of matches" but thinks he is as "fit as possible" and is looking forward to playing competitively again.

Murray will compete at the Aegon Championships, which starts on 10 June, and will be looking for his third title after winning the event in 2009 and 2011.

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