But reports from the South London tournament suggest that all was not well in the Murray camp, as the Scotsman was heard shouting at someone in his private box ahead of the crucial third set.
Photographers at the event claim to have heard Murray shout 'five minutes before the fing match' ahead of the final set, also yelling 'shut the f up' at his team during the second.
Even his rival Grigor Dimitrov, who has played Murray many times in the past, admitted the athlete was 'not quite right,' and didn't seem to be firing on all cylinders during the match.
Speculation has been mounting today over what the alleged argument could have been about - with some sources suggesting a fallout with his coach or girlfriend, Kim Sears, as a possibility.
However his agent Matt Gentry slammed the claims, saying Murray 'always mutters to himself' during games, and yesterday's incident was nothing out of the ordinary.
Murray reiterated this sentiment in his BBC column today, where he wrote that 'There was nothing different in the build-up and no reason to expect that kind of performance.'