Murray hasn't played much on clay in these past few years due to his body being unable to handle clay tennis. It's a really taxing style of tennis that involves a lot of twisting and turning and it's not kind on somebody with a metal hip.
My plan just now is to play in Rome and Madrid and hopefully the French Open, providing my body is good. You know, I'll do a training block after Miami on the clay. I'm going to do that in Europe somewhere for a few weeks, three or four weeks. I'll train, try and get my body used to the clay courts and to monitor how my body is feeling.
He played in Madrid last year and defeated Dominic Thiem before losing himself and it was a solid outing that didn't give him too many problems. How well his body holds up over weeks of clay tennis remains to be seen.
If it feels good, I'll play Rome, Madrid, and like I say, hopefully the French Open, because, yeah, the last -- I don't know how many times I have played it in the last five or six years, but when I have, like, I physically was not good the year I played against Wawrinka, and I can't remember too many other times I have played it in the last five or six years.
Him playing Roland Garros doesn't mean he's retiring from tennis anytime soon, just that he wants to see the event one more time before he retires.
So I'd like to get the opportunity to play it one more time before I stop playing. Whilst I feel physically really good, I would like to play there again.