Andy Murray feeling good ahead of Querrey encounter
Andy Murray is confident of a strong performance at Wimbledon that could see him qualifying for the end-of-season Barclay's ATP World Tour Finals at the O2 in London this November.
However, the young Scott, who remains the UK's best chance of sporting greatness this summer after the poor performance of England's national football team in the 2010 Fifa World Cup, remains weary of Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.
Despite faltering starts by the world numbers one and two - only Federer and Swede Robin Soderling have yet to drop a threat - Murray is aware of the great threat they pose to his hopes of becoming the first male Brit to win Wimbledon since Fred Perry.
"Rafa and Roger haven't played badly from what I've seen. Their opponents deserve credit. I'm sure they won't be particularly worried because they're still in," he said.
"But I'm delighted with my progress. Against Simon the tennis got better as the match went on.
Murray, who is currently number four in the world behind Serbia's Novak Djokavic, is due to play Sam Querrey of the US today at SW19, with the Scot having won all of the previous meetings between the two.
Those with tickets to the Barclay's ATP World Tour Finals can count on seeing Nadal in action at the event if he can remain fit in November.
The fiery Spaniard was the first to qualify, having accrued the requisite points based on his performances so far this year, including a win at the French Open.