Double delight for Andy Murray as Sherlock fist-pump follows Wimbledon victory

Dom Inglot will probably deputise for Andy in the doubles, alongside the ever-present Jamie Murray.

And Smith said: "He enjoys being part of the team, he enjoys the people that are involved, the players, the staff, the atmosphere is unbelievable, so I think there are all of those elements that means it remains an important part of his schedule".

His opportunity has arisen because Andy Murray is "unlikely" to play after the pressure of winning Wimbledon and Dan Evans has been ruled out with a shoulder injury.

"Then he had a couple of personal things at home and that made me decide he wasn't really in the right head space to travel with the team". "And that was it", he said. You feel a lot more comfortable in those surroundings.

It was important for Murray to head into big matches, as he put it, "not being afraid of failing". "I don't like wine.I think beer is disgusting and I haven't tried whisky". "And I've learned that over the years, for sure".

Murray has reached all three Grand Slam finals in 2016, losing the previous two in Australia and France to Djokovic. This season, Murray had been 0 for 2, finishing as the runner-up to Djokovic at the Australian Open and French Open.

So, of course, Murray had to ask Cumberbatch what he was up to. "I've just got hay fever'". No silver spoon for him as he battled for recognition on the circuit, largely ignored by the Lawn Tennis Association who were more concerned with producing quality strawberries and cream than top level players.

Murray spoke Monday about not feeling satisfied, about aiming to add to his collection of major titles.

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"I still feel very motivated", he said.

"Thankfully, when we arrived on scene these two chaps were near the bank of the river underneath the bridge, and they both safely got out", explained Archibald. Now Lendl was back for No. 3.

"We are a team and whether I'm playing or not I'll always try to support".

"He's played the three grass court challengers in the buildup". The same goes for his guest-box demeanor as a coach.

Prime Minister Cameron lapped up seeing Murray at his brilliant best and the leader of the United Kingdom laughed at the Scot's remarks over the difficulty of his job after some of the crowd gave him a frosty reception.

"Yeah, he was telling everyone it was allergies". With the tie on clay, so close to the end of the grass season, a change in surface would not be beneficial to his chances of defending his gold medal at the upcoming Olympic games in Rio, which is due to be played on outdoor hard courts.

This time around there were questions lined up about him but judging from the pics, Andy and Kim enjoyed themselves and the jokes and viewers watching tonight at 10pm will see he was a fantastic sport. Maybe, just maybe, he won because he wasn't afraid to lose.

  • Michelle Webb