New York, Aug 29(ANI): British tennis player Andy Murray has said that during a match his main focus is on winning it, and he won't crack a grin to impress his fans as he doesn't care about anything else.
"I don't go out of my way to ask the general public if they like me or not. That's not really No.1 in my priorities," The Mirror quoted Murray, as saying.
"I am never going to smile on the court. I don't see the other top guys smiling and joking when they are playing. It is a serious business. Just like it is in other sports. Before or after you might joke around - I spend most of my time joking around - but when you step on the court, it is business," he added.
The 22-year-old further displayed his qualities to become a top player and said that he likes to concentrate hard on his game and he extracts gratification it.
"I've got three hours to concentrate. To concentrate hard. So, that's what I do. Is it still fun? That's a good question. When you are training, it is hard work but you feel you can enjoy yourself. There's no pressure," Murray said.
"It is just practising a sport I love playing. But when it comes to a tournament, it is all dependent on whether you are winning or not," he added. (ANI)