By certain metrics, Novak Djokovic has had the better year.
If Nadal, Federer and Djokovic were sporting hares, Murray is a tortoise.
Murray was beaten in the final by Djokovic in 2015.
Sharapova can return on April 26.
Murray is currently competing in the China Open.
The 22-times Grand Slam winner was troubled by a knee injury.
The world number two is within touching distance of a second Wimbledon title.
At 21, the Australian has a lengthy list of indiscretions.
He faces Roger Federer on Centre Court on Wednesday.
The Championships runs from June 27 to July 10 at the famous London venue.
Serena Williams needs one more Slam to equal Steffi Graf's record haul, and Patrick Mouratoglou thinks he can get the tennis star over that line.
The All England Club could make the decision in the wake of two-year drugs ban.
She will be 31 in two years—time enough for a comeback.
The sports manufacturers will continue their agreements despite two-year ban.
Murray, the French Open runner-up, has been linked with a return to former coach Lendl.
Williams had been trying to win her record 22nd major title before being stopped by the fourth-seeded Spaniard.
The Australian tennis star said he'd dreamt of playing at the Olympic Games.