Tim Henman had it so much easier

Andy Murray will be looking to flex his muscles at Wimbledon in front of the expectant crowds.

It’s Wimbledon time again, a special point in the year when millions of people flood onto tennis courts in order to sharpen their skills for two weeks and emulate their heroes from the television, before depositing their rackets behind the sofa once again. Yet here in the British Isles, the graveyard that is our professional male tennis scene means we only have one man to cheer on. That is, unless you wish to follow the trials and tribulations of the second best tennis player in the United Kingdom, who currently stands tall at 176th in the world rankings.

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