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It is not enough that the US public are witnessing the golden age of an all time great in the shape of Roger Federer or the unnatural force that is Rafael Nadal. They are simply not sufficiently inspired by heroes who are not made in the USA. If the US situation is a cause for concern, the UK is certainly not subject to the same downward curve. The UK had endured years of hope that generally resulted in disappointment with the charming, talented but ultimately ineffective Tim Henman.
The English gentleman was infinitely likeable, if dull, but generally failed to make it to the final on home soil, or anywhere else for that matter.
He was, at the time, by far the best and only bet on offer to keep British hopes alive beyond the second round at home or abroad. A few years later Andy Murray appeared.
A young man from Scotland, Murray, unlike Henman, appeared to have not only the talent but the aggression and the sheer hunger necessary to win. He was also very obviously in need of media training and a hair cut. He ticked off those requirements and is now feted.
With Grand Slam successes behind him, Murray has helped restore some much-needed confidence in the British game. Please do the maths: What do you think? Click here to cancel reply.