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Centre Court at Wimbledon is not just a cauldron for Andy Murray. When he visits the club to practise between tournaments, when the place is empty of all but the staff and office workers, he invariably takes time to sit alone with his thoughts in this epicentre of the game and wonder about what might have been and what is yet to come.
"I have spent a bit more time there in the last year than I normally would have," he says. "It's very quiet. Sometimes I want to get out of the way and not be bothered, just do my own thing. I have sat on Centre Court with no one there and thought a bit about the court, the matches I have played there.
"If I had done that five...