British tennis' number One Andy Murray says he's in "better shape than ever" to under achieve in the French Open and fail to end his quest to win his first ever Grand Slam event.
The 23 year old Scot is confident that, after reaching the final of the Rome Masters and losing in 3 sets to World Number One Rafael Nadal in the final, he has again built up the British public's hopes sufficiently to let them down big time and crash out of the tournament against someone who is patently inferior to him.
"It may not be qualifier Eric Prodon who ruins my chances, but I have no doubt that some no mark will thwart my ambitions here at Roland Garros.
"And I'm 100& sure that, come the end of 2011, I'll still not have won that elusive biggie. Fred Perry's record of being the last Briton to have won a Grand Slam is under no threat at all.