The Scot finished last season with five tournament victories in succession, culminating in World Tour Finals success over arch rival Novak Djokovic to claim the No 1 ranking to go with Wimbledon and Olympic gold.
He kicked off 2017 by reaching the final in Qatar, but then suffered a shock exit at the Australian Open and despite collecting his first title of the season in Dubai, little has gone right for the 30-year-old.
Murray now heads to Roland Garros on the back of a poor clay-court campaign in which he has suffered three defeats in his last four matches.
But despite his lack of form and confidence, Murray's record in Paris is good, having reached three semi-finals and the final last year where he lost out to Djokovic.
Significantly, Murray will have Ivan Lendl back in the player's box, the Czech who has helped guide Murray to all three of his Grand Slam titles so far and Olympic gold at London 2012.
|Win percentage of 79.07|