World number two Andy Murray insists that he is still under the same amount of pressure at Wimbledon, despite Novak Djokovic’s exit on Saturday.
The Serbian was the heavy favourite to win the tournament, but he was beaten at the All England Club by Sam Querrey.
Querrey’s win ended Djokovic’s streak of 30 victories in a row at Grand Slams, but Murray marched on into the next round of the tournament.
The Scot was too strong for Australia’s John Millman as he recorded a 6-3 7-5 6-2 win to move into the fourth round.
He will now take on Nick Kyrgios or Feliciano Lopez, but the former Wimbledon champion is adamant that Djokovic’s exit does not put more pressure on him.
“It doesn’t [make any difference] because, if I was to reach the final, then it may have some bearing, but it doesn’t right now,” he said.
“My draw’s still exactly the same. The matches, in the next round especially, are tough. Nick and Feli are both very, very good grass-court players.
“The bookies don’t always get it right. They made a few mistakes over the last few weeks across a number of different things.
“Your job is to go out there and try to win the matches that are there in front of you. That’s what I’ll try and do.”
Murray is now the 1.91 favourite to win the title again at SW19, while seven-time champion Roger Federer is priced at 4.00 with Dafabet.