Andy Murray talks tennis and boxing on Ringside
Tennis star Andy Murray reflects on a special year and offers his boxing analysis to Ringside.
Last Updated: 14/05/13 4:26pm
ON HIS SEASON: "It was a good few months at the end of last year. I had obviously Wimbledon, then the Olympics and then the US Open a few months later, so it was a good, fun few months.
"The Olympics was massive for me because I'm never going to get to experience that again, playing in a home Olympics. With the Grand Slams, it was something that I'd wanted to do since I came on the tour.
"When I finally won a Grand Slam, it was more personal triumph whereas the Olympics was a bit different. It felt like you were doing it for your country."
ON RICKY BURNS: "I'll try and watch Ricky Burns. I always find some stream online - I'm not sure whether it's legal or not! I know Alex Arthur well - he's come to watch me a few times so I always message him and stay in touch with him.
"Alex fought Ricky when he was younger and he said to me that he thought Ricky could go on to be a world champion. He's got better and better and the fights are going to get bigger and bigger.
"I watched Adrian Broner when I was over in the States and there was talk of Ricky maybe fighting him, which would be good.
"I've watched a few bits on the Sky Sports website and saw when you (Johnny) went over to train with Mikkel Kessler. Your microphone wasn't lying - you were breathing so loud on there with that sled on your back!"
ON DAVID HAYE: "I think it's good news. I know him relatively well. I met him a few times and he's a fun character to follow. He's very exciting to watch. I was there when he fought Dereck Chisora. It'll be interesting to see how he does on his comeback.
"I asked him who he was going to be fighting a few weeks ago and he told me someone completely different to the person who he is fighting. I don't know whether he doesn't trust me or what!
"I get Boxing Monthly delivered to my house every month but when I get home I know everything that's happened because of the internet."