Fans from around the world are at Graceland for the 40th anniversary of his death.
contestant Brittany Kerr, the young woman he stepped out on his wife with back in 2012, resulting in a very public humiliating cheating scandal for him at the time.
"It's not nice, obviously, and I felt I hadn't done anything wrong." His comment, he said, was a response to teasing about Scotland's absence from the World Cup.What he called "unbelievable" early fan support evaporated, forcing him, he admitted, to have to "reconnect" with the British public.But it was a long haul, with every agonising defeat serving to underline for many south of the border Murray's Scottish blood.As the Twitter joke went: "Murray is British when he wins; and Scottish when he loses."Last week's victory in the US Open in New York, the first in a Grand Slam event for a male British tennis player for 76 years, coming on top of the Olympic gold medal for his country, will ensure Murraymania is firmly back on course next time he steps on court.And, hopefully, people will allow us the privacy to do that—and that's kinda it.""I know everybody's kinda going to have their opinion, and for the people that know me..the people that are standing by us and supporting us, all I've got to say to them is thanks...
It's just been a really unfortunate thing," he also told artist and his wife were "having problems," and days later he filed for divorce in Williamstown County, Tenn., citing irreconcilable differences. "This is a really tough time for my entire family," Aldean said at the time.
He wrote on Facebook in September that he was sorry for embarrassing his family and himself.
Kerr, who was a cheerleader for the NBA's Charlotte Bobcats, also deleted her Twitter account in the wake of the controversy and issued a public apology, calling the hookup a "lapse in judgment."Aldean embarked on a series of interviews post-scandal, some with Jessica as a couple, each one more insistant than the last that what he and his family really needed was privacy and that he and his wife were working on things."Family's good, we're workin' through it," Aldean told E!
It could even see the 25-year-old bag another title in three months' time: Sports Personality of the Year.
William Hill slashed odds on Murray winning to 11/4 from 6/1 the previous week, although Bradley Wiggins remains the favourite.
But Murray is not being rushed into anything: "I have no plans to get married right now.