After taking doctor's advice following the historical French Open victory, Nadal says in order to be fit for Wimbledon, time was needed off.
"Most of the players are travelling with physios now, spending a lot more time working in the gym to protect their bodies from the kind of pounding you give it on the court as well".
The competition starts on Monday and includes Milos Raonic, who Murray beat to lift the trophy previous year, Stan Wawrinka, who got the better of Murray in the last four of the French Open, and 2014 victor Grigor Dimitrov.
Although he lost, Edmund, who was born in Johannesburg and moved to Beverley, Yorkshire, as a child, said: "I have played him a lot and know his game very well".
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Lendl says: 'He has paid the price for playing so much past year, but he is getting back to his best.' Murray goes on: 'I'm on my toes more when he's around'. (I'll) Be totally professional and take every tournament as seriously as I can. It's fantastic and I don't think it will ever be matched.
"I'll continue to play and so long as my body is fine". I would like to hope that I would continue to do that whilst I'm still enjoying it. "I will just keep my head down and work hard and hopefully get some wins". But it was a hard match and I took a set which is really good.
Murray heads into the grass-court campaign back in form after his run to the French Open semi-finals ended a frustrating period marred by problems with injuries and illness.
"In the second quarter of the draw, the 2014 US Open champion Marin Cilic, who won the title at The Queen's Club five years ago, has been drawn against 6'10" John Isner in what promises to be a big-serving opening round clash.
"That is one of the things I definitely take care of that a bit better when he is there".