LONDON - Taiwan's Lu Yen-Hsun hopes to draw inspiration from his 2008 Olympics victory over Andy Murray when he clashes with the world No2 for a place in the Wimbledon third round on Wednesday. Lu, the world number 75, has no fear of the big stage. As well as defeating Murray in Beijing, the 29-year-old also stunned three-time Wimbledon runner-up Andy Roddick at the All England Club in 2010. But he admits that Murray, the US Open and 2012 Olympic champion, is a better, wiser player than the man he beat in China. "It'll be very tough for me. He has just won Queen's, and also he's No 2 in the world," said Lu, who made the second round by defeating James Ward. If you're asking me right now do I expect to beat him, I say not. But for me, I just try to do my best and I can challenge him." –AFP