|Andy Murray, the 21-year-old British tennis player ranked No. 12 in the world, aims to reach his first ever Wimbledon quarter-final by defeating Richard Gasquet in an exciting fourth round today.|
The French eighth seed has twice beaten the Scotsman in their prior meetings, however Murray is feeling confident about his chances.
'It's not the easiest thing to get up every morning to put in work to feel like you have a chance to win Grand Slams. I feel like I've done that and need to maintain it for the next few matches,' he told BBC Radio 5 Live.
'I am enjoying tennis much more, which is something I haven't done for the last couple of years.
'In the past, I've not been prepared or felt prepared to go deep into the second week and this is for sure the best prepared for a Grand Slam I've ever been.'
Elsewhere, defending champion Roger Federer will take on Lleyton Hewitt, the only other former champion remaining in the tournament.
In the woman’s singles, Venus Williams will defend her title against Alisa Kleybanova as her sister Serena plays Bethanie Mattek.