World number two Andy Murray has described his first-round performance at Wimbledon as "okay", having eliminated Liam Broady.
However, despite the straightforward nature of the victory, Murray had mixed emotions about how he played in the SW19 opener.
"I served pretty well. Offensively I thought I did some good stuff. Maybe defensively I could have done a little bit better," he told reporters.
"But the first match is always tricky. Obviously Liam... we've never played each before although we've practised a lot and it's not that easy playing someone you know so well, but I did okay."