British tennis player Andy Murray has revealed how he is eager to win for the third time at the Queen’s Club when he returns there this June. Andy first won the trophy three years ago without dropping a single set and then won it again last year in rather impressive fashion, during the entertaining, rain delayed final against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
Murray explained, "It's a big deal and I'd love to win it again this year. I'm excited to be going back to Queen's Club. It's a great tournament and the grass courts are as good as anywhere in the world, so it's the perfect preparation for Wimbledon. There's always a great atmosphere and having won the trophy twice previously, I have nothing but good memories."
If Andy Murray does manage to bag himself a third Aegon Championships title at the Queen’s Club in June, he will be the first British player to do so since FG Lowe, who lifted the trophy for a third and final time in 1925. It is a big year for British tennis, with Wimbledon taking place a week after Queen’s and then the Olympic tennis starts on July 28 at the All England Club.