Andy Murray is ‘fourth favourite’ to keep his Wimbledon climax and is behind Queen’s finalist Marin Cilic in a pecking order, according to Goran Ivanisevic.
The universe No. 1 has struggled for form in new months and suffered a startle improved in a initial spin during a Aegon Championships to propitious crook Jordan Thompson.
Cilic, meanwhile, has enjoyed a excellent week during Queen’s and will face Feliciano Lopez in a final on Sunday.
And his former manager Ivanisevic, who won Wimbledon in 2001, rates his chances above a Scot’s during a third Grand Slam of a year.
‘He plays really good on grass, though nobody talks about him,’ pronounced Ivanisevic.
‘He’s got a game, it’s usually an emanate of mentally how he’s going to cope with a pressure.
‘If he continues to play aggressively, a usually approach he can play, he can be really dangerous there.
‘For a moment, he [Murray] is my fourth favourite. Murray’s mislaid confidence. He’s not attack a round good enough. I’m meditative about a form, a approach they’re personification and how they can do. But who knows how it’s going to spin out?’
Ivanisevic, who coached Cilic to US Open excellence in 2014, is certain that Roger Federer has a improved possibility than a universe No. 1 though rates Rafael Nadal’s chances rarely and believes he will be a favourite if he gets over a initial week.
‘Rafa is really mentally strong,’ he added. ‘At a moment, he’s a best actor in a world. It depends on a draw. we would collect Nadal if he passes a initial week.
‘Could he be exposed in a initial week? You never know. You demeanour during what happened a final integrate of years, he had tough opponents who kick him before in Dustin Brown and Nick Kyrgios
‘But he’s attack a round amazingly and he’s going to be tough to kick him.’
He continued: ‘Let’s put [Novak] Djokovic as fifth favourite. He’s not personification anything like he was, so we have to see what kind of figure he’s going to be in.’