Thanks for the link Joe. This is what he actually said ...
"We were talking about it before my first match," the Scot said, "and asking how long it would be before the first 'Come on Tim'. I said within the first game. It came four minutes in.
"We were going to have a bet and everyone gave a minute when it would be said. I just said it would be inside the first game. It is a classic that one. It is hilarious. It happens every match, three or four times. I do not find it particularly amusing."
Today Tim Henman said in an interview with BBC that spectators used to call out "C'mon Rusedski" when he was playing, so it sounds like none of this is new.
Henman did not seem fazed by it and it is very sad if Murray is allowing it to get to him.