Andy Murray: 'Grand Slams more important than world number one'

Murray: 'Slams more important than world number one'
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Andy Murray admits that he would prefer to win more Grand Slams instead of becoming the world number one.

Andy Murray has claimed that he would like to win more Grand Slams instead of becoming the world number one.

The Brit, who is currently second in the rankings behind Novak Djokovic, has two major titles to his name following his successes at the US Open and Wimbledon.

"Every player would like to get to number one, but I would rather win another Grand Slam or two and not get to number one," Murray told BBC Sport.

Murray returns to action for the first time since his triumph at SW19 on Wednesday when he takes on Marcel Granollers in round two of the Rogers Cup in Montreal.

Andy Murray sits out during the match against Marcel Granollers during the Rome Masters on May 15, 2013
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