Andy Murray has come out fighting ahead of Sunday's Wimbledon tennis final saying he is capable of beating six-time champion Roger Federer despite being the underdog.
While it will be Murray's first time in the All England Club showpiece, Federer will be competing in an eighth Wimbledon final and looking to equal Pete Sampras' record of seven titles.
Murray is the first British man in a Wimbledon final since Henry "Bunny" Austin 74 years ago, after beating Jo-Wilfred Tsonga in four sets on Friday.
The Scot said: "It's a great challenge, one where I'm probably not expected to win the match, but one that, if I play well, I'm capable of winning.
"If you look at his record here over the past 10 years or so, it's been incredible. So the pressure that I would be feeling, if it was against somebody else, I guess it would be different. There will be less on me on Sunday because of who he is."
A clearly emotional Murray hugged Tsonga after Friday's win, before performing his "fingers-in-the-air" gesture and looking at the sky.
He said of carrying the weight of history on his shoulders: "You don't really think about it that much. But, subconsciously, at the end of the match, it was obviously very emotional.
"I haven't really been like that before in a semi-final match, so obviously it meant something to me and it was very, very important."