murray: in the first audio interview (which has disappeared from the bbc sites) andy was saying it was the best win of his career and a day that he'll remember for the rest of his life. he said that tim had given him someone to aspire to in tennis - theres a lot of good scottish footballers, so he could quite easily have gone down that route - but only tim who stood out in tennis. he said that throughout the match he was trying to keep his emotions to the minimum out of respect to tim, but at the end it was just overwhelming (hence the tears)
in the second video interview he talks about the fact that even though hes beaten the GB no.1 hes still only no.3 and a long way behind tim and greg - he says hes going to have to win a lot more matches to get in front of them, so you have to look at it that way. he says his emotions after match point are hard to explain because he was just so pleased with the way he'd played - he's been watching tim for the last 10 years and to win against him is unbelievable after where he was at the start of the year - he still can't believe its happened. asked if his ambition is to be GB no.1 and when he thinks that will happen, andy replies that his aim is to get to the top 10, not Gb no.1. If getting to the top ten means being no.1 thats all good, but if it doesn't its not a major problem for him - you have to look outside of britain - a lot of the younger players don't and thats a problem. They go abroad and they realise what a huge number of other players there are - thats something hes always been aware of and thats one of the reasons why he moved to spain to train.
Asked where he wants to be by the end of 2006, he replies top 20 would be his aim, it would be pretty impressive, but he hasn't asked his coach yet.
hope thats ok - its all murrays word and not my comments - i write in a bit of a weird transcribing style
anyone else fancy doing tims interview?