Source: Sporting Life
ANDY Murray, who suffered more disappointment at the Australian Open yesterday when he lost in the men's doubles, has sounded out Tim Henman for advice on how to cope with the strain of being Britain's big hope for Wimbledon.
The only person I've spoken to about it is Tim, as somebody who has been through the same thing as I will probably have to go through. Obviously there's other people giving me advice.
But at the end of the day you just have to try to stay true to yourself and that's what I'm going to have to try to do, because if not then I will think at the end of my career that I will not achieved everything I wanted to.
And regarding his comments to the media on Tuesday:
I wasn't blaming the media for my loss, but I was just saying that at times it can be pretty difficult for me.
I think in some ways I have had a good press, but it can be quite difficult for me because I'm expected to do so well this year.
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