I’ve heard it’s really good

10th July 2013
Paul Bailey

What do you do after you’ve become the first British champion of the mens singles Wimbledon Championships in 77 years?

Plan a visit to the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum of course.

Andy Murray’s BBC Sport column, following his Wimbledon Championships success, saw him mention two areas of our work at Wimbledon. We’re very proud of our work and long-standing association with Wimbledon, and to have the Champions timeline and the Museum commented on by Andy Murray is fantastic. Here is the except below:

“When you walk down to Centre Court you see pictures of all the winners back to something like 1920, and to be reminded of that every single match has been quite a pressure. To think I’ve joined them now is pretty amazing.”

“Literally the week before the tournament, I was talking to my team about the Wimbledon museum and they said they were going to take me. I’ll try to pay a visit because I’ve heard it’s really good.”

To read the full column please use the link below, and you can see the museum project in Connected Projects link to the right.

Full Andy Murray column here

(Our work on the Wimbledon museum was in partnership with our long-standing collaborators Mather & Co)

“Literally the week before the tournament, I was talking to my team about the Wimbledon museum and they said they were going to take me. I’ll try to pay a visit because I’ve heard it’s really good.”