Sorry - i don't know if this has been posted or not.
Just some feedback from some kids that attended the Soho event.
"Raw Tennis will probably double the amount of kids playing the game because it's a lot more fun than normal," he said.
"Practising new tricks is cool. It's not about being the best in your club, it's about fun as well. It should keep teenagers playing.
"Growing up when I saw Wimbledon it was always the old-boy set-up - it didn't look that much fun for the younger kids.
"But anyone can play Raw Tennis anywhere - in the street, in a back yard or on a football pitch. I'm really happy to promote this program. The LTA have organised it very well."
Murray proved annoyingly talented when he showed off his football skills by catching a tennis ball on the back of his neck and between his shoulder and his ear.
And the move away from just hitting the ball over the net is proving popular amongst those who've tried it.
16-year-old Robert said: "I've learnt the tricks just messing around between points in matches and at training.
"I like the freestyle side to it, just trying new things. Spectators are impressed and the showboating side of things gives you a buzz too."
Ruth, 14, from Essex was equally impressed with Murray's skills and liked the style of the new scheme.
She said: "My club prefers it if we wear tennis clothes but I think now this has started we'll be able to wear more normal clothes."
Anya, from East London added: "I think it's a really good idea. Not only is it free but you can wear anything, turn up whenever you like and you don't have to be a top player either."
Admittedly Raw Tennis isn't going to turn youngsters into champions but it should broaden the base from which players begin and improve their skills.
Dominic, a coach from Hertfordshire, said: "I think it's a fantastic idea, especially for juniors who aren't going to be brilliant.
"It really gives them something to work towards with the targets and the skills, it makes tennis a little bit more cool for 10-18 year olds.
"Murray's going to be good for the game. He's got that style about him - cool, laid back but still fun."
Whatever his achievements on the Grand Slam circuit, Murray is already proving a valuable if raw asset for the future of British tennis.