British No. 1, Andy Murray allegedly stated that he has fully recovered from his last month’s groin injury and is all-set to start the 2012 ATP season. The world No. 4 is confident he has shaken off from the trouble that enforced him to withdraw from the ATP World Tour Finals in London last month.
Murray, who is currently at his winter training base in Miami city, is cheerful and energetic with his training preparations. The Scot kicks off his season at the Brisbane International on Jan. 1, 2012 before attempting to go one enhanced at the Australian Open, where he has reached the final for the past two seasons.
Andy will begin the season with an ATP World Tour 250 event, along with other top class tennis players that includes – Radek Stepanek, Marcos Baghdatis, Gilles Simon, James Blake and Jurgen Melzer.
With the defensive champions, Robin Soderling will not be playing the tournament, as Murray will escort the competitive field, hoping to get some momentum going in front of the year’s first Grand Slam title, the Australian Open, later the same month.
According to the sources, he’s recovered from the groin injury, and he is looking forward to next year, Murray admits that, now he feels good, and have played well in Australia for the last couple of years and one of the main reasons he come to Miami to train is because the situations are perfect to prepare.
Before pulling out of London, Murray enjoyed a strong end to the season – as he picked up three straight titles in Asia to surpass Roger Federer as world number 3. While he failed to break his grand slam duck, Murray enjoyed his most consistent season to date, reaching the semi-finals of all four majors in 2011 year.
Despite, 21 ATP championship titles winning and being in the Top-5 for 3 successive years. Andy Murray is still however waiting for a Grand Slam title.