Serious business for funny guy Murray

Originally Published: June 13, 2011
By Kamakshi Tandon | Special to ESPN.com

WIMBLEDON, England -- Ever since Andy Murray took over as the Great British Hope at Wimbledon, he has been criticized about his boring demeanor, monotone voice and on-court negativity. Before him, there was Tim Henman, deemed too beige and upper-middle class.

But there's been a different Murray on display these past couple of weeks. Maybe it's the confidence of reaching the French Open semifinals despite a bad ankle. Or maybe he's finally become immune to the annual pressure to end the ...

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