“I had a really good practise with Rafa here,” a very relaxed and cheery Murray said. “We both played well, a really high standard. We played 16 games and it was eight games all. We played for an hour and 40 minutes, really high intensity practise.
"I feel like I can definitely compete with him and win against him but it’s a very, very difficult thing to do because he’s one the best players of all time and it’s difficult but I think I can get there.”
- quote from an interview Andy gave - sounds like he is ready to go at Madrid and one can assume that the injury he picked up at Monte Carlo has healed
I'm being a wee bit cautious, but it does sound as though the Murray Mojo is back - "I believe in myself and the guys that I work with. I don't care what people say, I know I can win a major. I'm sure that I'll get there."
Cahill's help will be invaluable. Also good to hear that he and Corretja are still on friendly terms. It's all sounding very positive.
[btw Colin, thanks - now I know how to post these sort of links.