2. 00:15 SOUNDBITE: (English) Andy Murray (on Ivan Lendl having rejoined him as coach):
"I mean, obviously we're working together because I feel that he can help me and he wants to do the job. The last week has gone extremely well and the time that I've spent with him before hand was very good and I don't feel any added pressure working with him again. I think it gives actually a bit of extra confidence because last time it was very successful. I trust in what he says and this last week has been very good so I've enjoyed having him back as part of the team and hopefully I can have a good run here."
3. 01:05 SOUNDBITE: (English) Andy Murray (on facing a fellow Briton, Liam Broady, in the first round):
"Yes it will be interesting. It's never happened before, for me anyway. So yes, it will be interesting. I know Liam fairly well. We practised a bit earlier this year around February, March time after the Australian Open and he's a good guy and works hard. I would imagine that we'll probably play on one of the big courts so it's a big experience for him as well and yes, I'm looking forward to it but it'll be a bit strange with it never having happened before for me."
4. 01:50 SOUNDBITE: (English) Andy Murray (on playing Davis Cup quarter-finals after Wimbledon):
"My plan is to play providing that I'm fit and feel good. Right now my body is good. Obviously I have played a lot of tennis and hopefully I have a deep run here. That's the plan and then see at the end of the event but my plan is to play providing I don't pick up any niggles and physically I feel good, which I do right now. So that's positive."
5. 02:27 SOUNDBITE: (English) Andy Murray (on the referendum result that saw Britain vote to leave the EU):
"I'm not discussing that today. I have followed it very closely and I stayed up pretty late on whatever night it was, not last night, into the morning. But yes, I'm not discussing it unfortunately."