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Tennis Wimbledon champion curious to know more about Jose Mourinho's greatness


Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has praised Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, calling him a "great" of the game.

The Portuguese was at the Queen's Club on Saturday to follow the Scot's semi-final match against Viktor Troicki of Serbia.

And Murray has revealed that he wants to learn the secrets of Jose Mourinho's success.

"I haven't met him long enough or in a situation where I could do that," Murray is quoted as saying by Sky Sports.

"But I'd love to chat to him about those things to understand what it is that makes him great.

"The consistency of his success is pretty incredible really.

"I said to him that this was a slightly better performance than the last time he came to watch me, which was at the O2 finals last year when I played against Roger [Federer].

"I think he seems to be quite interested in tennis. He spent a few days obviously this week and maybe will come tomorrow or on Sunday.

"So, yeah, I met him a few times when I had my back surgery, I did a lot of my training and rehab in the Chelsea training ground near to my house. I met with him a few times and he's a fun guy."

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