London, June 21 (ANI): World No.2 Andy Murray has said that he is not worried by the fact that the Wimbledon draw could make him face the 'nightmare' prospect of playing against Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer or Novak Djokovic.
The US Open and Olympic champion, who won his final warm-up match on Thursday, will learn his route to home Grand-Slam glory when the draw is made on Friday morning and faces the nightmare of meeting No.5 seed Nadal in the quarters, then No.3 Federer, before No.1 Novak Djokovic in the final, the Mirror reports.
However, the Scot said that he is not worried, insisting that there was a lot of tennis to be played before any potential clashes in Wimbledon, and predicted an 'exciting' Wimbledon, with the Big Four reunited at a Grand Slam for the first time in a year.
The report further said that the British No.1 may also see Nadal, Federer and Djokovic fight it out on the other side of the draw, in case a different result comes out.
Stating that there is no use worrying over the draw or where the other three champions would be, Murray, who defeated Japan's Kei Nishikori 6-2 7-6 in London on Thursday, said that although the draw would be exciting, it always has upsets, adding that many players rarely go through to the quarters and semi-finals.
Murray, who missed the French Open with a back injury, further said that he would be practicing on the morning of the draw, despite its importance.
Admitted that he will be facing stiff opposition at the Wimbledon, Murray however, said that it is necessary to believe that one can win every time he steps on the court, adding that after the draw, it is possible to tailor one's practice. (ANI)