London, June 27 (ANI): Tennis star Andy Murray's mother Judy has warned her son not to get carried away by 'Murray mania'.
Judy, 52, has ordered him to ignore the fuss and focus on his game.
He wears his heart on his sleeve. And it is just part of what makes him what he is. But you have to be careful not to show your opponents too much about what you are feeling, the Daily Star quoted Judy, as saying.
He has learned a lot from playing and observing the other top players, how they behave and how they handle the demands of the game. He is experienced now, but you can't change who you are, she added.
Commenting on the remarks of tennis legend John McEnroe, 53, who questioned Andy's mental strength, Judy exuded her confidence in her son.
There is that added expectation because he has done well here in the past. It's wonderful to have a Grand Slam in your own back yard because of all the incredible support you get from people from home, she said.
So he will be looking forward to it. He is hitting the ball well, he is in good shape, he is in good form, he is in a good mood so he is ready to go, she added. (ANI)