“They say there’s a lot of pressure on them, but then (when) people aren’t saying they’re the favorites, they want to be the favorites. Therefore, by saying they’re the favorites, they’re putting more pressure back on themselves...I think I played well enough in the last six or seven months to be in that sort of group. Whether I’m the favorite or not, I don’t know. Federer, Nadal have got the most experience, and probably merit being favorites. But there’s a reason why people think I have a chance to win here— because I played very well the last few months and won against them.”
-- Andy Murray, on Fed and Nole's insistence that they're the favorites, not him.