THE transition to clay courts is something with which Andy Murray has never felt immediately comfortable.
But as he took to a grass court yesterday for the first time this year, it was like watching a duck take to water.
This week's AEGON Championships at the Queen's Club in London heralds the start of the biggest grass-court season of Murray's career. Not only does the 25-year-old have another assault on Wimbledon to look forward to, but he will return to the All England Club just three weeks later for a once-in-a-lifetime shot at winning an Olympic gold medal on home soil.
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