London, Nov.5 (ANI): British tennis star Andy Murray believes his recent injury lay-off could help him break his Grand Slam duck.
The world No 4 returned to action at the Valencia Open this week after six weeks out with a left-wrist problem.
Murray plays Leonardo Mayer of Argentina today for a place in the quarter-finals and believes he will benefit from the time off.
"A break can be a good thing. I wasn't able to hit any backhands, so I hit twice as many forehands. I also tried to take some proper time off, so I'm ready for the Australian Open in January," The Sun quoted him, as saying. (ANI)