London Lite Friday, 3 July 2009 11 tennisacerelaxeswithpoochwhenthegoinggetsruff by georgina littlejohn Leading lady: Andy Murray with Maggie the border terrier and his girlfriend Kim Sears, right; his mum Judy washing his kit, above wimbledon latest: Pages 34 & 35 Eattonight ...inaformerbank Prism Prism occupies the former Bank of New York in the City, a building where style and history combine. The lower ground floor bar set amid the old vaults is intimate. Above, the restaurant sports vast ceilings and columns that fit the grand menu. saddle of milk-fed lamb, cannelloni of confit shoulder, broad beans, courgettes and tomato fondue is 31.50 147 Leadenhall Street, EC3 (020 7256 3875) Kelly armstrong read1,ooosofpubandrestaurant reviewsandbookonlineat mint LEaf LoungE and rEstaurant ONCE the site of NatWest Banks HQ, mint Leaf is but a stones throw from the Bank of England. Enjoy a drink at the 40ft cocktail bar before heading to the stylish restaurant -- marked out by elegant black walnut partitions and cream leather seating -- for some contemporary indian cuisine. Duck kebab to share, with mint, onion and coriander, is 8 (small) or 14 (large). 12 Angel Ct, EC2 (020 7600 0992) murrays secret weapon...his muttmaggie ANDY MURRAY relies on his pet pooch to keep him calm between matches, his mother Judy has revealed. The British Wimbledon hopeful counts his border terrier Maggie as an important member of his team to help him relax off the court. Murray is back on Centre Court today to take on American Andy Roddick in the semi-final of the grand slam tournament. And Judy said the pet, who is named after Rod Stewarts hit song Maggie May, makes a huge difference in the 22-year-old Scots life. She said: Shes very important. Its just so normal. He goes out in the garden and plays Frisbee with her. It just helps keep him relaxed. Ms Murray -- herself a former tennis pro -- is staying with her son and his girlfriend Kim Sears, 21, near the All England Club as he aims to become the first British man for 71 years to reach a Wimbledon final. Both women planned to be in their usual seats in the players box to cheer him on today. Ms Murray said it was the love of the two main women in his life that helped her son stayed focused on his game. The best thing for him is that being in the house he doesnt have to worry about anything. Between Kim and I we can cover everything, eating-wise, washing-wise and the rest of it, she said. He actually throws a lot of his stuff to the crowd. Ive said, Be careful with the match shirts, youve only got about six new ones left! index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html