Wimbledon mixed doubles winner Heather Watson sat down for a fun post-season chat with Elle Magazine UK; what does the Brit think of new ATP World No.1 Andy Murray?
WTA Staff

LONDON, Great Britain - Heather Watson is coming off a career year that saw her earn hometown glory at the Wimbledon Championships in mixed doubles and win another WTA title in Monterrey.

Sitting down with Elle Magazine UK, the Brit had a no-holds-barred discussion about the differences between singles and doubles, getting into the right pre-match mindset, and how she injects her personal style into her on-court kits.

"In terms of mixed doubles, it's a whole other ball game," she said of her Wimbledon win with Henri Kontenin. "Personally, it's just fun and I think that's down to having had some incredible partners, which makes a big difference.

"I think I need to bring more of the mindset of 'it doesn't matter what the outcome is, I'm just going to do what I need to do', into my singles more."

Watson also played mixed doubles with countryman Andy Murray, who went on to clinch the ATP World No.1 ranking earlier this fall.

"Andy is an incredible athlete. He's so competitive, hardworking and so nice to be around. He's not what people think he is. I find him quieter, very chilled and more relaxed off the court."

Check out the full interview with Watson right here at ElleUK.com.