Saturday, February 13, 2010

Murrays motivation

Greg Rusedski, who reached the 1997 US Open final echoed Roger Federer's sentiments that Murray will win a major title.

Rusedski told British Eurosport: "It was nice Roger Federer gave him that compliment at the end and said to Andy, 'I think you're going to win one and you're getting closer.'

"It's nice when a great man says that to you.

"Nothing but good things to look to the future for Andy Murray."
Virginia Wade - a three-time Grand Slam champion, including in Australia in 1972 - believes Murray was able to relax away from the pressures of Wimbledon.

"I think we really got to see a very well and mature Andy Murray," she told Eurosport.

"He got a huge amount of exposure and I think that loosened him up a bit."
Scotland's first minister Alex Salmond said: "It was a gritty and determined performance from Andy and there certainly isn't any disgrace in losing to the best player ever to hold a racquet.

"He was typically gracious in defeat.

"Andy has done the country proud and his time will come."

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