Murray famously dreamt that he won Wimbledon last year after losing to Roger Federer in the final. No matter, because Murray played the match of his career in reality, striking 36 winners against only 21 unforced errors, breaking Djokovic's serve seven times, and withstanding a furious last-ditch rally from the Serb in the final game to close out the match in straight sets. In Murray's case the reality ended up being far better than the dream. Must be nice.
I knew Kudla was good on grass. He played finals of Wimbledon. in Andy Murays dream..— ivo karlovic (@ivokarlovic) July 7, 2013
Sunday, July 7, 2013
Andy Murray Dreamt He Faced Denis Kudla or Radek Stepanek in the Wimbledon Final
(July 7, 2013)--Andy Murray became the first British man to win Wimbledon since 1936 when he defeated Novak Djokovic 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 in the final today. But the match didn't go exactly how Murray had dreamt it would. During a post-match interview with ESPN's Tom Rinaldi, Murray revealed details of a strange dream he had the night before the match. "Wierd dream last night," Murray said. "I thought I was playing Radek Stepanek or Denis Kudla when I woke up this morning. Weird, I know, but my mind was obviously all over the place, a lot of stress and stuff, just weird thoughts go through your head in those certain moments."