Andy Murray untroubled by Wimbledon expectations
British number one and world ranked fourth Andy Murray is untroubled by the upcoming Wimbledon and national expectations.
Murray admits that sometimes he gets creeps from his memories of his past Wimbledon matches but loves the idea of coming back again and again. Wimbledon is regarded as one of the most cheerful places for tennis with fans cheering all the way.
Murray however finds peace when he want to relax and comes to the Centre Court, the place where most dramatic tennis matches of all times have been played since times immemorial.
Murray says, “I've spent a bit more time at Wimbledon in the last year than I normally would have. There are good facilities and it's very quiet. Sometimes I want to get out of the way and not be bothered, just do my own thing.”
Seven years ago Murray made his Centre Court debut and has since then made his way to the top of professional tennis. He is currently among the five best players in the world and is highly regarded as one of the greatest of all times.
Andy adds, “I've sat on Centre Court with no one there and thought a bit about the court, the matches I've played there. If I had done that five or six years ago I would not really have known what I was looking at; it was just another court. But when you have played so many matches you have a lot of memories from that court. It means a lot to me.”