Andy Murray has returned to the US Open as defending champion determined to do something he forgot to do last year: enjoy himself.
Being back at Flushing Meadow has rekindled memories of defeating world number one Novak Djokovic in a nerve-tingling five-setter to end his grand slam drought, though he confessed his emotions last year were somewhat stifled.
"I was so relieved that night that maybe I didn't have the chance to maybe enjoy it maybe as much as Wimbledon or the Olympics, for example," he said.
"There was so much relief last year that I wasn't necessarily enjoying it as much as I should have.
"So when I came back and practiced on the Arthur Ashe court, you know, the memories came back, and that was nice."
With the weight of expectation lifted from shoulders, Murray holds no fears about trying to defend his title at the most raucous and intimidating venues of the four grand slams.
"There was a lot of pressure on me for a lot of years to win a grand slam, and the same sort of thing at Wimbledon. I wouldn't imagine it would be the same here."