Britain’s number one tennis star Andy Murray has revealed he wants to start winning Grand Slams to end the reign of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal as the sport's elite players.
And the Queen’s Club winner wants to begin with a Wimbledon win in two weeks time, but he’s not getting too ahead of himself and is taking the tournament one match at a time.
Murray said: “It’s a privilege [to play against Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer], they are the greatest of all-time in my opinion.
“It’s great to get the chance to play against them, this year and next year is my chance to get amongst them and overtake them in the rankings and win these big events.
“I’m going to have to play my best tennis [to win Wimbledon] that’s for sure but if I do then I’ve definitely got a chance.
“I can’t get too ahead of myself, it’s easy going into a [Grand] Slam thinking I might play this guy in semis or this guy in the quarter-finals or whatever but you just can’t afford to do it.”