Andy Murray sweating over whether to bow to the Queen
Those with tickets to Wimbledon in London this week who are hoping to see Andy Murray in action will have a chance to see what the fiery Scot really thinks of his English neighbours.
The British number one famously said he would be supporting "anyone but England" at the 2006 World Cup.
Now, with England's national team on duty in South Africa, Murray has cast doubt over whether or not he will bow to the Queen on her first visit to the All England Club in 33 years.
A host of tennis's biggest international stars have expressed their excitement ahead of the royal trip to SW19.
However, when asked if he would bow, Murray said: "I'll have to wait and see.
"It should be personal preference. I don't want to be bowing and the person I'm playing with walks straight past - or the other way around. You obviously have to have an agreement before you go on."
Murray will be hoping for a strong performance at Wimbledon after falling to beaten finalist Andy Roddick in the semi-finals in 2009.
However, he will be keenly aware of the threat from world number one Rafael Nadal, who missed last year's tournament through injury, and reigning champion Roger Federer, who is hoping to match Pete Sampras's record of seven Wimbledon titles.
Posted by Robert Long