Visualisation is a key weapon in the armoury of any top sportsman, the art of seeing what you want to achieve so that when the moment arrives, you are able to deal with it without being overwhelmed.
As Andy Murray prepares to begin his title bid tomorrow in what will be seventh Wimbledon, the Scot knows what he wants to achieve and knows how hard it will be.
Three times he has stood one win away from a grand slam title; three times he has fallen agonisingly short. At Wimbledon, he has been a semi-finalist for the past three years.
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