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Murray: Give me grand slams over world No.1
Andy Murray says he is not bothered about being the best player in the world - he just wants to win grand slams.
The British No.1 has slipped to seventh in the ATP Tour rankings following back surgery in September, having reached a high of No.2 in 2009.
Wawrinka adds Queen's to schedule
- Stan Wawrinka has taken a wildcard for Queen's following his early exit at the French Open.
- The world No.3 and Australian Open champion was shocked in the first round at Roland Garros by Guillermo Garcia-Lopez and has decided to add a tournament to his schedule ahead of Wimbledon.
- "I am really looking forward to playing [at Queen's] and very grateful that the tournament saved a wildcard for me," said Wawrinka, who will be the top seed ahead of defending champion Andy Murray.
And with the comeback process coming along as planned, Murray, who won the US Open in 2012 before adding the Wimbledon title last year, is targeting more major glory.
"I felt once I had my surgery was when I started looking forward again," he told BBC Sport.
"The way I train in the gym is tough, it's hard. I enjoy that and getting into shape to perform over five sets in the tournaments, and my goal is to try to win Grand Slams. That's what motivates me.
"Some people think number one should be my goal but what motivates me is Grand Slams, so I want to get myself in the best possible shape to win another one if I can."