Andrew Castle recalled when Andy Murray defeated Roger Federer in the 2012 London Olympic final in Wimbledon. In an interview to Tennis365, Castle said: “The biggest single roars I have ever heard on Centre Court came during Andy Murray matches.
That ace he hit to win the 2012 Olympic Gold medal against Roger Federer produced an incredible reaction. I remember turning to Tim Henman next to me and we both looked at each other and said that was a special noise. Then the year he won Wimbledon for the first time was another special day on Centre Court.
He has given us so many wonderful memories already and hopefully, there are still some more to come”. Speaking of Murray's chances to compete in singles again, Annabel Croft added: "I think that test at Queen’s gave him a hint of where his body was at and now we have seen him play a few more matches at Wimbledon and it’s all a question of finding out where he is He is building towards where we all hope he can get to and not rush things, as he doesn’t want to set himself back by trying to get on court too quickly in singles.
What we can say is there are big signs there that he can come back and do well. I have never seen him so happy and relaxed on court and the fans seem to be responding to him like never before, which is great to see”.