London, July 3 (ANI): British tennis star Andy Murray has said that he approaches every match without fear, and adds that he is on a mission to end 71 years of British hurt of not winning a Wimbledon men's final.
According to The Sun, success on Centre Court will make Murray the first Britisher to crack the final frontier since Bunny Austin in 1938.
Around 13million television fans are expected to be on the edge of their seats as he fights American Andy Roddick in today's semi-final.
Victory would mean a probable clash on Sunday with five-time champion Roger Federer, who takes on Tommy Haas.
Murray, 22, said: "I never go on court fearing anyone. If you want to get to the top, you have to think you can win against the best players in the world regardless of where you are ranked, how old you are and your experience.
"I am pleased to be in the semi-finals but this is a tournament I want to win."
Murray has won six out of eight matches against both Roddick and Federer. (ANI)