Andy Murray admits he will have to work on his fitness if he is to challenge at Wimbledon after falling at the quarter-final stage of the French Open.
The world number four, who is 11/2 with bookmaker to win his first Grand Slam at Wimbledon, lost in four sets on Wednesday evening to David Ferrer, who will take on fellow Spaniard Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals.
Murray, who has been troubled by a long-term back problem, was left to reflect on missed opportunities against Ferrer and says he has much to work on as he turns his attention to his grass court game.
“I need to get some good physical work in between now and Wimbledon. I need to make sure I am in slightly better shape,” said the British number one.
“I think that is going to be important for me. I was a little bit out of breath after some of the longer rallies today.”