London, July 4 (ANI): British tennis star Andy Murray, who lost against Andy Roddick in the Wimbledon semi-final on Friday, plans on lifting a Grand Slam before next year's tournament at the All England Club.
The Sun quoted Murray as saying: "I still think it's been a very good tournament. I did better than I ever had before. I had some very good matches and I thought I played good tennis. I think I have a chance of winning Wimbledon. And I think the way I played this year was very, very close to getting to the final."
"If I give myself those sort of opportunities and keep playing well - my consistency in the Grand Slams the last year or so has been much, much better - I'll give myself opportunities to do it. I believe I can win a Grand Slam, whether it's Wimbledon or US Open or Australia or whatever."
"I'll move on very, very quickly and work on my game and improve and come back stronger. It would be a pathetic attitude to lose one match and let it ruin my year," he said. (ANI)