Andy Murray’s dismal form “perfect preparation”
Andy Murray’s run of consecutive losses in the lead up to Wimbledon has left him in an optimistic mood for the fortnight ahead.
Understandably struggling under the weight of expectations of a nation who will be gutted and insult him if he fails to do better than three of the best players ever has seemingly led him to buy into the Roy Hodgson school of sports psychology.
“I’m feeling great,” Murray wrote after three straight losses.
“I’m sure I can produce exactly what the British deserve at Wimbledon this year.
“Like Roy Hodgson, in the last couple of weeks I’ve been doing everything to convince everyone that I’m absolutely useless, so – even if I do turn out to be absolutely useless – at least no-one will be shocked or upset.”