Murray targets Olympic gold

Andy Murray believes he has a strong chance of winning the men's singles gold medal at London 2012 if he recaptures the form that took him to the Wimbledon final.

The world number four has put the disappointment of losing the Wimbledon final behind him and says he can go one better and claim the gold for Britain.

Murray's first opponent is the 26th-ranked Swiss player Stanislas Wawrinka, who won doubles gold with Roger Federer at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing and took Murray to five sets at Wimbledon a year later.

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