Murray says he is finally back to the peak performances that brought him Grand Slam titles at the U.S. Open and Wimbledon.
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Andy Murray believes he is in the form of his life as he prepares to kick off his grass-court campaign in the Wimbledon warm-up tournament at Queen's Club.Stan Wawrinka's shock win over Djokovic in the French Open final means two of the four Grand Slam titles are currently held by players other than the Serb and his main rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, giving Murray further confidence that he is perfectly poised to take advantage of any more slips from the big three.Wawrinka is the second seed, but he won't get an easy return to action following his second Grand Slam triumph as he has been handed a first round tie against Nick Kyrgios, the flamboyant Australian who stunned Nadal at Wimbledon last year.U.S. Open winner Marin Cilic and defending Queen's champion Grigor Dimitrov are among the other top 15 ranked players in the draw.
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