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Murray in spotlight as Wimbledon looms

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Andy Murray says he has only a couple of years left at the top of men's tennis, but the world number one has no intention of relaxing just yet as he sets his sights on a third Wimbledon title. While Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have defied the ageing process to win Grand Slams into their 30s, Murray believes that is the exception rather than the norm.
With that in mind, the 30-year-old knows he must maximise his chances of adding to his haul of three Grand Slam crowns while he is at his peak.
"My coach, Ivan Lendl, was still competitive at the top until he was about 32 but, generally, over the past 20 to 30 years, normally by early 30s is when players have struggled to stay at the top," Murray told the BBC.

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