SIR Andy Murray insists he will keep doing all he can to help Ryan Peniston.

Murray – who beat Peniston in straight sets in the first round of Wimbledon on Tuesday – regularly hits with the Great Wakering ace in practice.

And, talking to Echosport at SW19, Murray now feels he has a better understanding of Peniston’s game.

“ If he or his team ever wants to talk to discuss his game or what it is I that I feel then I will,” said Murray.

“I practice with him and I’d probably give a better perspective now having played against him of the things he could maybe work on a little bit.

“I would always be there to give that advice but it doesn’t feel appropriate for me to do it sitting here now.”

Murray beat Peniston 6-3, 6-0, 6-1 in a match which lasted just two hours on Centre Court.

And Murray knows it is important for Peniston to stay fit - unlike last season.

“He’s been very unlucky the last year or so,” said Murray.

“He obviously got an injury here I think it was maybe towards the end of his first-round match that he won.

“He has had multiple injuries in the last 12 months or so and first and foremost it’s obviously about getting the physical side right.

“But you can do all of the right work and just get unlucky.”