By Luke Augustus for MailOnline
Published: 09:20 BST, 17 June 2019 | Updated: 09:20 BST, 17 June 2019
Kyle Edmund says his mentality for the LTA Fever Tree Championships at The Queen's Club hasn't changed as he bids to win the tournament on his injury comeback.
The British No 1 hasn't played competitively since May 30 when he had to withdraw during his French Open second-round clash with Pablo Cuevas due to a knee injury.
Edmund's first match since that defeat comes on home soil on Tuesday against top seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in the first round of Queen's.
Kyle Edmund is determined not to look ahead to Wimbledon as he eyes a first Queen's title
The British No 1 takes on tournament top seed in Stefanos Tsitsipas (pictured) in round one
And despite the prestigious Wimbledon beginning on July 1, the 24-year-old insists his focus is solely on Queen's.
'No, my mentality won't change for Queens. It's still a tournament like any other tournament you go to, in wanting to win,' he told Sportsmail at the National Tennis Centre, the LTA's home of tennis.
'My first memory of Queen's is probably just watching it on TV when it had the red background with the Stella Artois sponsor and you had that visual of it.