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(June 22, 2014) WIMBLEDON – Andy Murray will receive a conquering hero’s welcome when takes Wimbledon Centre Court on Monday at one o’clock as he opens to defend his 2013 title. Murray broke the 77-year-old curse, as no man from Great Britain laid claim to Wimbledon since Fred Perry won the title back in 1936.
The 2012 year was a special year for the Scotsman Murray, as he won his first major title at the U.S. Open, just after winning the gold medal at the London Olympics. Opening the Wimbledon fortnight Wimbledon will be a memorable day for the world No. 5 and third seed.
“Tomorrow when I sort of go out on the court, I need to enjoy that moment when I walk back on the court,” Murray said.
“But as soon as I start playing the match, yeah, it’s about trying to win. And, yeah, I enjoy winning. That’s it. I mean, you know, I don’t really want to go out on the court tomorrow and enjoy playing and then lose.
“I would rather, you know, enjoy a win, and tha