Lendl: Murray only thinking about winning Wimbledon
According to the Mirror, Murray believes that he has a chance this year and his coach was helping him both on and off the court, with a final showdown against Novak Djokovic just three matches away.
The US Open champion continues his grass court run in a fourth round match against Mikhail Youzhny today and coach Lendl suggested that the goal was not to make the semis or the finals but to win the tournament.
The Scot's coach who had lost the Wimbledon final in 1986 and 1987 said that he did not think about a more relaxed atmosphere after Murray won the Olympics and the US Open but was more concerned about what shots he was hitting and whether he continued to keep things going for himself.
Murray said that if he had any chance to win Wimbledon this year, he would have to play his best tennis. (ANI)
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