After suffering heartbreak at this year’s Wimbledon, Britain’s top-seed Andy Murray is looking forward to the Olympics and the US Open, according to ESPN. The world number four Brit was reduced to tears after the loss, but said he has made strides in moving past the disappointment. "I actually went on a few days after the final and sat on the court for a little bit, but it would be nice to be playing tennis again," said Murray. “You don't look back at what happened in the past, you try and look forward to what the future holds and, like I say, the upcoming events are the perfect motivation to get over Wimbledon and get ready for them. You've got the Olympics and then three weeks after you have the US Open, so it's a really important time of year. You need to move on quickly, get on the practice court and do some work to get the momentum going."
Published in The Express Tribune, July 25th, 2012.
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