Andy Murray debuts as commentator at Wimbledon

Andy Murray certainly enjoyed his new role at Wimbledon. The two-time champion made his debut as a BBC commentator for the quarterfinal between Rafael Nadal and Juan Martin del Potro, and was left feeling privileged to have witnessed the grueling five-set battle.

Nadal came from a set down to win after 4 hours, 48 minutes and Murray — who had to pull out of this year's tournament because of a lengthy injury layoff — was impressed.

"That fifth set was one of the best sets I have ever seen," Murray said. "It was a great match and I felt very lucky to watch that."

Viewers seemed to enjoy Murray's expert insight as well. He and fellow commentator Tim Henman — a former Wimbledon semifinalist — joked about which of them the public would view as more boring.

The BBC followed Murray's advice and did an online poll to find out — with 65 percent saying Henman was the more boring.