A few weeeks after suffering a heartbreaking loss in the Wimbledon finals, Britain's ANdy Murray was back on Centre Court.
Murray was impressive in a 6-3, 6-3 win over Swiss Stanislas Wawrinka.
"Yeah, it makes a huge difference," he told the media. "It's a slightly different crowd at Wimbledon. It's just weird. There are so many different colors (in the Olympics). There is a
"I went to the opening ceremony (in Beijing), and I was trying to watch other sports because I had never experienced it before and maybe didn't focus as hard on myself and my event. That's what I have done differently this time. I know how much that loss hurt me, and I wanted to come here best prepared as I could. And today was a good start."
Wawrinka, commented, "I just think that I played a better player. He's No. 4 in the world, and he just made the final here (at Wimbledon). He's playing at home. He was just too good for me today."