From tragedy to triumph for Andy Murray

The questioner wanted to know about Murray's recollection of his schooldays in the Scottish town of Dunblane, where he had been a pupil when deranged gunman Thomas Hamilton burst in and murdered 16 children and one teacher in 1996.

updated: July 07, 2013 22:52 IST
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London: A scrawny, pasty-faced Andy Murray first made a Grand Slam impact when he was just 18 and on debut at Wimbledon in 2005.

He reached the third round where he gave Argentina's David Nalbandian, the 2002 runner-up, a huge scare by taking a two-sets-to-love lead before running out of steam to lose in five.

But amongst the first questions posed at a packed news conference was an enquiry far removed from the gentle confines of the All England Club.

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