Tim Henman on Andy Murray and his own highs and lows at Wimbledon

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Tim Henman on Andy Murray and his own highs and lows at Wimbledon

Tim Henman has said that if anyone has the determination to come back from serious injury its Andy Murray, who returned to action at Queen's Club today in the men's doubles competition, ahead of Wimbledon.

I spoke with Henman as he reflected on his own high's and lows at the All England Club whilst promoting a ticket resale scheme for the championship, which will help disadvantaged communities across the capital.

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