British tennis number one Andy Murray spoke about his preparations for the 2012 London Olympics on Friday.
SOUNDBITE: (English) Andy Murray (on condition following Wimbldon final defeat):
"Yeah, I feel good. I took four or five days off after Wimbledon - it was obviously tough the few days afterwards but I had the right people around me, supporting me... and I had so much support from outside of my friends and family as well, that made a huge difference, you know, to give me that motivation to get back in the gym and start training hard on the court. So I feel fine but, ultimately, we won't see how good I am mentally until the start of the tournament."
SOUNDBITE: (English) Andy Murray (on showing his emotions after losing to Roger Federer in the Wimbledon final):
"I always, always been very emotional, I just try not to show it in front of the cameras and in front of millions of people! But you know it's pretty uncomfortable at the time when you can't control your emotions in front of, in front of everybody watching, but yes, I've no idea. I'm sure if I get close to winning medals or winning the Olympics then yes, I wouldn't be surprised if there were some more emotions, yes."
Andy Murray: I've 'always been very emotional'Saturday, July 21 2012