Andy Murray has revealed that he needed "persuading" to agree to the BBC following him around for months for a documentary.
"I took a fair bit of persuading to get involved with it but I know there's been quite a bit of positive reaction and I appreciate it a lot," Murray wrote in his BBC Sport column.
"I haven't actually seen it myself yet, apart from the last five minutes, as I was told it probably wouldn't be a good idea for me so close to the biggest couple of weeks of the year.
"We recorded it and I'll definitely have a look at some stage, but I watched Mock The Week instead. The perfect preparation!"
During the documentary, Murray recalled the Dunblane school tragedy for the first time.