Djokovic says he would like to end Murray's 'fairytale' Wimbledon run

London, July 7 (ANI): World No.1 Novak Djokovic has claimed that he has a special attachment in his heart for Scotland, but will try his best to overcome the Scot Andy Murray, who will try once again to become the first British man since Fred Perry in 1936 to win Wimbledon.

According to The Sun, Djokovic took his girlfriend Jelena to a holiday in Scotland and Britain last year and said that it was full of beautiful medieval castles, which made them fall in love with the fairytale, romantic sights.

Djokovic admitted that he would not be welcome to repeat the holiday he enjoyed in Murray's Scotland last year, if he defeated him in the final on Wimbledon's centre court today, the report said.

However, the current Australian Open champion also said that Murray had a big chance to win Wimbledon after a long time for his nation and it was normal to expect that most of the crowd will be on his side because he was a local hero.

The Serb added that he had been in similar situations where he played against local players and he was going to play against one of the biggest tennis players in the world over the past five years but was ready for the challenge. (ANI)

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