Wimbledon 2010: Five Reasons Andy Murray Can Finally Break Through

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Wimbledon 2010: Five Reasons Andy Murray Can Finally Break Through

After years of Henman Hill failing to be provided with a cause for absolute celebration, another attempt to end the countless years of British frustration will be made.

Murray Mount returns for a fiest fortnight of tennis action. The courts of SW19 will be full to the brim with eager spectators, many who will be hoping on a home grown triumph.

Andy Murray has not had the best of years. He has suffered numerous and unexpected defeats. Additional injury worries have left him lacking in the consistency department.

But everyone following his career will be struck once more with a bout of optimism as we ponder his chances of victory on the grass courts of Wimbledon.

I cant help but think that certain aspects of his game, and also of his life on and off the courts will influence his performance over the next two weeks.

These facets could produce what we have all been waiting so desperately for; a British champion at the British Grand Slam.

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