Murray goes underground ahead of Wimbledon
I’m doing all I can to prepare and be at my very best in order to be successful at Wimbledon
Andy Murray trained at a secret underground tennis court this week as he put the finishing touches on his Wimbledon preparations
Fresh from his historic fifth Aegon Championships title at Queen's Club on Sunday, Murray trained with his brother Jamie - the current doubles world No.1 - at a custom-made tennis court at the Postal Museum's Mail Rail Tunnels in London.
World No.2 Murray, who will get his Wimbledon campaign underway on Tuesday, will be hoping to repeat his 2013 run to the title at the All England Club.
"I'm doing all I can to prepare and be at my very best in order to be successful at Wimbledon," said Murray, who debuted the Under Armour kit and shoes he will be wearing at this year's Championships. "This underground training facility that Under Armour has created for Jamie and me really represents my intense focus and 'tunnel vision' approach to training, both on and off the court."