Andy Murray, winner of Wimbledon in 2013 and 2016, is currently preparing his return to action at the London tennis tournament.
The British tennis player decided to skip Roland Garros and take part in the Surbiton Trophy, which is his first appearance on grass this season.
Before heading to the tournament, he decided to upload a very curious image to his Instagram page.
“Preparation for Wimbledon is going very well,” Murray wrote as the caption for a photo of himself in a dragon jumpsuit.
Andy Murray has not played a tournament since the Mutua Madrid Open. He withdrew before facing Novak Djokovic in the last 16 due to a health issue from something he ate.
Andy Murray’s criticism
Murray recently discussed the ATP and WTA’s decision to not award ranking points to individuals at Wimbledon because of the exclusion of Russian and Belarusian tennis players due to the invasion of Ukraine.
“I’d hazard a guess that most people watching on centre court Wimbledon in a few weeks’ time wouldn’t know or care about how many ranking points a player gets for winning a 3rd-round match,” he tweeted.
“But I guarantee they will remember who wins. Wimbledon will never be an exhibition and will never feel like an exhibition. The end.”
Murray drew on golf and football to explain this view.
“I follow golf very closely and have no idea how many ranking points the winner of The Masters gets,” he noted.
“Me and my friends love football and none of us know or care how many ranking points a team gets for winning the FIFA World Cup.
“But I could tell you exactly who won the World Cup and the Masters.”