Well this is what the big man had to say to the Daily Record today...
TENNIS sensation Andy Murray has revealed the secret of his unbeaten run ... turning his back on Twitter.
Britain's No1 hasn't tweeted since September 11, the day after he lost his US Open semi-final to Rafael Nadal.
Since then, the Dunblane-born 24-year-old has gone on a breathtaking run, winning his last two tournaments in Thailand and Japan.
He's now in pole position to lift the Shanghai Masters in China for the second year running after reaching today's semis.
The 13-match unbeaten run has also put Murray on the verge of overtaking Roger Federer in the ATP rankings and finishing a season in the world's top three for the first time.
Succeeding His last tweet was a motivational quote from actress Julie Andrews, which said: "Perseverance is failing 19 times and succeeding the 20th".
Yesterday, after beating Australian Matthew Ebden in straight sets in the Shanghai quarter-finals, Murray said: "I'm not missing it.
"It was fun for a while but I just stopped and surprisingly I haven't lost a match since.
"Tennis players and all sportsmen are pretty superstitious, so I blame my US Open loss on tweeting."
Murray, who was one of sport's most prolific tweeters, has a following of more than 600,000 on Twitter.
He also enjoys huge support on other social network sites such as Facebook.