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- Book Review | Andy Murray: Seventy-Seven: My Road to Wimbledon Glory
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Andy Murray: Seventy-Seven by Andy Murray | Waterstones
Focusing on the last two dramatic years, he will share with us his thoughts on the pivotal moments of his playing career and allow us a glimpse into his world - his intense training regime, his close-knit team and his mental and physical battle to get to the very top. This very personal book will be a stunning celebration of Andy's career so far.
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It was a truly amazing spectacle — and some of the rallies had to be seen to be believed. Perhaps, like me, that was partly due to the enormous relief that he was going to win an Olympic medal. Coming into the semi- finals, with the quality of players in that last four, there was definitely no guarantee of that.
Though I really wanted to win gold, I wanted to at least come away with a medal. After what had happened to me at Wimbledon a month before, that would have been another huge let down.
Book Review | Andy Murray: Seventy-Seven: My Road to Wimbledon Glory
Laura Robson and I were progressing well in the mixed doubles, too. It was good to spend the day occupied with something other than thinking about how the singles might go, even better to finish it with the guarantee of another medal. Had the singles been best-of-five sets throughout, I would not have been able to play all three events, but with best-of-three format and the doubles scoring, it was all quick and I wanted to try to win as many medals as I could. If I won the mixed doubles at the US Open, no one would be that fussed. To me this was a really big deal, and the same went for Laura.
The atmosphere on finals day was nerve-tingling once again. So many were decked out in Union Jack colours, every spectator seemed to have a flag. I would imagine for Roger, the fact that the fans were so obviously in my corner must have been a shock for him. The Wimbledon final was fairly split, but in the Olympics the support for me was amazing. When the crowd is right behind you, it does make a huge difference — it makes you perform better, the opponent can feel intimidated, and when things are going well it is easier to carry that momentum through a match.
I just felt right the whole match. I finished it with three big serves in a row.
I think he only got a racket on a couple of them. I was serving for the biggest title of my career and I served as well as I had ever done.