Andy Murray has said that despite his impressive form he is not getting carried away as his quest to win Wimbledon for a second time gets under way.
The world no. 3 won the Queen's Club Championship for the fourth time earlier this month to cap what has been a great year so far. Murray reached the final of the Australian Open in January, won his first titles on clay in Madrid and Munich and took Novak Djokovic to five sets before losing in the French Open semi-finals.
It's a return to form for the 28-year-old Brit after a difficult 2014, in which he was knocked out of Wimbledon at the quarter-final stage by Grigor Dimitrov and lost 6-0 6-1 to Roger Federer at the ATP World Tour Finals in London.
Murray is now one of the favourites to triumph at this year's Wimbledon, but the Brit says he is not getting carried away.
"The most important thing is to concentrate on your first match and prepare for that. It's very easy to get carried away and look ahead, think you're playing great tennis and that everything is going to be fine. But the reality is it doesn't really matter what's happened the rest of the year or in the build-up to the event, as I think Stan [Warinka] proved at the French Open," he said.
"You just have to make sure you're ready each day for every opponent you come up against. I'm certainly not getting carried away. I know how difficult these events are to win. I'll just concentrate on the first match and try my best to get through that one," Murray added.
Murray will play his first round match against Kazakh world No. 58 Mikhail Kukushkin on 30 June. The Scot faces a tough draw that means he could face Rafa Nadal, Roger Federer and Djokovic in his bid to win Wimbledon for a second time and a third grand slam title.