6/30/13 7:51 AM | Johan Lindahl
Andy Murray may be on a tear so far at Wimbledon, but the second seed at times can be more interested in his payback this month to coach Ivan Lendl in an exhibition at Queen's club.
As he had vowed before the charity fund-raising hit-and-giggle, the Scot managed to strike his iron man mentor with a ball as they played on opposing teams.
Murray still takes great pleasure in watching replays of his big moment on YouTube. "The clip of Ivan, I mean, I've seen it I'd say double figures probably... I enjoy it each time I watch." So far, Murray adds, his mentor has not been able to get him back as both bear down training as the grand slam enters the key second week.
Murray also believes that his return to Twitter this year after a pause will turn out to be a good thing. "Since I used it for the first time years ago, I've sometimes used it for a few months and then not used it.
"Everyone knows it's kind of a good way of interacting with fans on social media. Also, at certain times it's good to just kind of have your point of view. You can say exactly what you want. I don't know how long I'll be able to sort of enjoy it for, how long it will last for, but I'll keep doing it while I find it fun."
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|1. Djokovic||12 500 pts|
|2. Murray||8 750 pts|
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