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British number one Andy Murray believes he can put on a good show at the French Open as he looks to get over a poor start to the season.
Murray has struggled to display the form which saw him become the first British male to win Wimbledon in 77 years last season.
The 27-year-old was forced to undergo back surgery towards the end of
2013 and he has not quite been the same sinc.
The world number eight has failed to reach a final since that victory at SW19, his best run coming in Mexico earlier this year when he lost to Grigor Dmitrov in the semi-finals.
Despite the lack of results Murray believes he has started to show signs of improvement after reaching the quarter-finals of the Rome Masters, where he lost to Rafael Nadal.
Murray said: “I feel ready to have a good run here.
“Rome was a big step in the right direction and it’s up to me to maintain that consistency from now through until the end of the year, because that’s what’s been missing and lacking so far.”
The Scot, who has revealed he will make an announcement on his new coach after the conclusion of the French Open, is set to take on Andrey Golubev in the first round and the Scot is priced at 1.08 to pick up the win with Golubev valued at 7.66.
His best showing at Roland Garros came in 2011 when he reached the semi-finals but he was forced to miss out last year due to injury.