“Murray did so well to finish that off in four (sets), because I don’t think anyone could have coped with a fifth set,” Henman said on the BBC, where he works as a commentator. “He’s got sort of one monkey off the nation’s back with the first finalist in 74 years, but I think a good opportunity to kill two birds with one stone. It seems like it could be destiny.”
“For me, there is no more pressure (on Murray),” Tsonga said. “He’s in the final. He did the job, I think. Now everything is a bonus, is positive for him. Now I’m sure he will play only for him and not for all these people.”
“There’s obviously going to be nerves and pressure there for sure,” Murray said, “but I need to try and stay focused.”
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