Murray to progress without the swearing
People enjoying corporate hospitality at Wimbledon this year will be expecting to see a gritty display from world number four Andy Murray, as he looks to be the become the first British player to win a grand slam since Fred Perry.
Murray has now vowed to be more like the sporting icon, by curbing his bad language on court.
The British number one was warned for a verbal outburst during his 6-1 4-6 7-5 win over David Nalbandian in the Rome Masters, despite a similar verbal volley from the Argentine going unpunished.
After the match Murray said swearing on court was always something he regretted.
"I don't think what came out of my mouth was anywhere near as bad as the translation of the things he said. But it's not right to do it and I deserved a warning," he added.
Fans will also get to see Murray hone his grass court game at Queen's Club, when the Aegon Championships get underway on June 11th.
Posted by Sam Smith