Murray 'looking to improve' for rest of Wimbledon
Wimbledon hospitality guests keen to cheer on Andy Murray this week may be interested to hear how the British number one has said he must up his game if he is to compete for the title.
In his column for BBC Sport after his second round victory against German Tobias Kamke, the Scot said he felt there was "plenty to improve on".
While he stated there was nothing "drastically wrong" during the match and he was pleased to triumph in straight sets, he thought he was not in the right position for some of his shots and needs to work on the use of his legs.
Murray explained how he has limited his tactical discussions with his coaching team to just Dani Vallverdu as he does not want to have too many different voices telling him different things.
"I've got two days now to get ready for Ljubicic and focus all my energy on him," the world number four added.
Elsewhere yesterday, British interest in the women's tournament was sustained with a win for Laura Robson, who will go on to face former world number one Maria Sharapova in the second round today (June 23rd).
Posted by Jana Roberts