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Andy Murray: 'I wouldn't want to get on wrong side of Anthony Joshua'

Andy Murray says that he never wants to "get on the wrong side" of boxer Anthony Joshua after meeting the Brit at Wimbledon earlier this week.

British number one tennis star Andy Murray has admitted that he would never want to get on the "wrong side" of boxer Anthony Joshua after meeting him at Wimbledon.

The British heavyweight, who won gold at London 2012, visited Murray in the ice baths after he sealed a straight-sets win over Vasek Pospisil in the quarter-finals on Wednesday.

In his BBC Sport column, Murray wrote: "He's a huge guy - very, very strong, powerful and quick, and very composed. He's not a scary guy when you meet him but when you see him in the ring, he can do a lot of damage. I certainly wouldn't want to get on the wrong side of him."

Murray will face Roger Federer in the semi-finals on Friday.

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