Muzza and Monty have lived curiously similar lives in separate sports. Andy Murray's semi-final against the strapping Jo-Wilfried Tsonga today at Wimbledon is akin to the moment his fellow Scot Colin Montgomerie stood in the middle of a fairway on the 72nd hole of the 2006 US Open golf championship clutching a six iron and the lead. Murray knows what needs to be done. He knows what lies between him and home. He knows he is fit and able to complete the assignment. He knows it, we all know it.
Most pertinently, Murray knows he is capable of usurping Tsonga, a Frenchman he has brought to heel inRead More »from Time for Murray to prove he is no Monty