Andy Murray admits it will be tough to face Davis Cup team-mate Greg Rusedski on the opposite side of the net when Scotland take on England in Aberdeen.
The Great Britain duo will clash in this weekend's inaugural Aberdeen Cup.
It will be difficult playing Greg as he is someone that, along with Tim Henman, I have supported for the last six or seven years. I've spent time with him at Davis Cup and we've practised together but I hope I'll come through and win the points.
Beating Tim was a huge victory for me as he is someone I have looked up to since I was very young. Since then I've had a few weeks off from competing, so I am looking forward to getting back out there and playing.
Murray "mania" has already hit Scotland in the last couple of weeks after he received a rapturous reception while attending Amir Khan's boxing match in Glasgow.
It was nice to see that the Scottish public has taken a great interest in my tennis. It's the first time I've ever had a crowd chant my name like it. It was very cool. I'm really looking forward to playing for Scotland. Playing for your country is always an honour.
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