London: Andy Murray insists last year's painful Wimbledon final defeat to Roger Federer will spur him on to history as he bids to end Britain's 77-year wait for an All England Club men's singles champion on Sunday.
Murray tackles world number one Novak Djokovic, the 2011 champion, on what will be an emotionally-charged afternoon on Centre Court where 12 months ago the Scot broke down in tears after his loss to Roger Federer.
"I think I'll be probably in a better place mentally. I would hope so just because I've been there before. I won a Grand Slam. I would hope I would be a little bit calmer going into Sunday," said Murray.