Tennis star Andy Murray is ready to turn to a sports psychologist to help him combat a bizarre series of dreams in which the result of the biggest two matches of his life were reversed.
Murray revealed that during his sleeping hours he has imagined that he emerged victorious from this year's Wimbledon final against Roger Federer – a match he actually lost in four sets.
Conversely, Murray has started to dream about losing to Federer in the men's Olympic final earlier this month – a match Murray won in straight sets in front of a patriotic home crowd on Wimbledon's Center Court.
"Like four days after Wimbledon, I dreamt that I won Wimbledon," said Murray, who eased through his first-round match on Monday at the U.S. Open by beating Alex Bogomolov Jr. "I woke up in the morning, I was just starting to feel better and that didn't help.
"And then a few days after the Olympics I dreamt that I lost in the final of the Olympics. Obviously waking up and remembering that I had won wasRead More »from Bizarre dreams infiltrating Andy Murray's sleep