Home hero Murray all set for tilt at history

<div>ANDY MURRAY begins his quest today to become the first British man to win the Wimbledon singles title since Fred Perry in 1936 &ndash; and the Scot says he is ready.<br /><br />The 22-year-old starts the tournament as second favourite behind five-time winner Roger Federer, following the withdrawal of reigning champion Rafael Nadal.<br /><br />World No3 Murray&rsquo;s campaign starts against Robert Kendrick, with their only previous meeting on grass resulting in a 6-0, 6-0 drubbing for the American. Murray does not expect such an easy ride today.<br /><br />He said: &ldquo;He&rsquo;s a tough grass-court player. He obviously proved that when he nearly beat Nadal here in 2006. He has a big game, plays very aggressively and takes a lot of chances, so there is no chance of me underestimating him.&rdquo;<br /><br />Murray&rsquo;s only grand slam final appearance was in losing to Federer at last year&rsquo;s US Open. In order to seize the Wimbledon crown he is likely to have to beat the man widely regarded as the greatest player of all time, yet Murray remains unfazed.<br /><br />He added: &ldquo;I have a lot more confidence now. When the big points come in matches, I feel like I am going to win them. I&rsquo;m going into every match feeling exactly the same, not worrying about my opponents.&rdquo;<br /><br /> <strong>ORDER OF PLAY DAY TWO</strong><br />
<div>V Williams (USA) 3 v S Voegele (SWI)</div>
<div>J Chardy (FRA) v A Roddick (USA) 6</div>
<div>A Murray (GBR) 3 v R Kendrick (USA)<br />&nbsp;</div>
<div>COURT ONE (1PM START)</div>
<div>J Del Potro (ARG) 5 v A Clement (FRA)</div>
<div>D Safina (RUS) 1 v L Dominguez Lino (SPA)</div>
JC Ferrero (SPA) v M Youzhny (RUS)&nbsp;</div>