Andy Murray not fussed by rankings

Andy Murray hold the Wimbledon trophy after defeating Novak Djokovic in the final on July 7, 2013
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Andy Murray says that he would rather win another Grand Slam than move to the top of the world rankings.

World number two Andy Murray has insisted that he is not worried about becoming the best player in tennis after winning Wimbledon on Sunday.

The Scot remains some way off world number one Novak Djokovic in the latest ATP ranking list, despite beating the Serb to claim his first-ever title at SW19 at the weekend.

Murray admits that he is focused on adding to his US Open and Wimbledon Grand Slam titles rather than think about moving to the top of the rankings.

"It's tough - you have to be consistent throughout all year," Murray told BBC Sport.

"I've won the Olympics, the US Open, finished runner-up in the Australian Open and now won Wimbledon in the last year - and I'm still nowhere near.

"The goal for me is to win another Grand Slam and not worry to much about rankings."

Murray became the first British man to win Wimbledon on Sunday since Fred Perry 77 years ago.

Andy Murray of Britain is congratulated by Novak Djokovic of Serbia after the Men's singles final match on July 7, 2013
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ATP RankingsPoints
1Scotland flag Andy Murray7,750
2Spain Rafael Nadal7,555
3Switzerland Roger Federer7,145
4Switzerland Stanislas Wawrinka5,780
5Serbia Novak Djokovic5,325
6Croatia Marin Cilic5,155
7Alexander Zverev4,470
8Austria Dominic Thiem4,030
9Japan Kei Nishikori3,285
10Canada Milos Raonic3,230
11Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov3,070
12France Jo-Wilfried Tsonga2,770
13Belgium David Goffin2,560
14Spain Roberto Bautista Agut2,425
15Czech Republic Tomas Berdych2,390
16United States Jack Sock2,335
17Pablo Carreno Busta2,305
18Lucas Pouille2,220
19United States John Isner2,110
20United States Sam Querrey2,060