Canadian Vasek Pospisil has said that he will not be fazed by the prospect of taking on Andy Murray in front of a home crowd at Wimbledon.
Pospisil will play the world number three on Wednesday as the two men open up the men's quarter-final round on Centre Court.
"It doesn't really faze me too much playing in front of crowds that are against me," said Pospisil, according to Sky Sports News.
"I like playing in front of big crowds, in general - doesn't matter if they are against me or cheering for me.
"Obviously I'd prefer they are on my side, but I tend to play well in those kinds of situations. So I'm not worried about that, really."
Pospisil had to overcome an intense battle with Viktor Troicki to reach the quarters.