Andy Murray detailed what he went through after his historic Wimbledon win last month. Speaking with the Daily Mail, Murray told the paper that he didn’t pick up a racquet for two weeks after beating Novak Djokovic in the final.
“I spent two days inside my house and I didn’t come out,” he said. “I was just with my girlfriend and my dogs, I was getting followed everywhere so I just stayed inside. On the Thursday evening I went out in Wimbledon Village with a few friends for a Thai meal.”
Murray returned to Wimbledon to collect his belongings later that week before vacationing in the Bahamas with girlfriend Kim Sears.
He resumed training in his second home of Miami as he eyes another US Open title.
“I want to try and win another Grand Slams, I want to try and win as many as I can,” he told the Daily Mail. “It took me a long time to win my first one and I want to give myself another opportunity at the US Open. I had a talk with my team about that a few days ago.”
A two-time Canadian Open champion, Murray will play the Marcel Granollers-Grigor Dimitrov winner on Wednesday.
Here’s a portion of Murray’s interview, the audio isn’t great.
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