"The last thing you want is to cry on court, but there we go," says Andy Murray, talking about his emotional post-match reaction yesterday.
Writing his BBC column on the day after his Wimbledon final defeat to Roger Federer, the world number four describes the match as "the best I've played in a Grand Slam final and the best I've felt on the court."
He says he didn't join the rest of his team yesterday evening, but instead "went home and thought about stuff, worked things out in my head."
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