Surprisingly calm voyage thus far for Murray at All England Club

The once mercurial Andy Murray is no longer. A vastly different approach to life off the court has Scotland's latest hometown hero flourishing on it, writes Greg Garber.

Updated: June 28, 2008, 5:22 PM ET
By Greg Garber | ESPN.com

WIMBLEDON, England -- Several thousand tennis spectators squeezed onto Henman Hill to watch their native son, Andy Murray, on the big electronic screen.

In recent years it's been a high-anxiety, tension convention when Tim Henman, the flagship of the British Empire, played on Centre Court at Wimbledon. But on Saturday it felt different.

Some people, warmed by the sun (and perhaps a few Pimm's), slept soundly. One woman scratched an entry diligently in her diary ...

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