Andy Murray's defeat to Roger Federer in the men's final at Wimbledon on Sunday has the potential to significantly impact his career in a positive or negative way. The good news for Murray is that he has the right attitude following the heart-breaking result.
Murray: "It doesn't get easier when you lose, it's hard, tough to take, but you have to come back stronger." #Wimbledon — Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 8, 2012
These kinds of losses, the ones that happen when you are closer to your goal than you had even been before, can really affect a player mentally.
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