Andy Murray says he is completely focused on Great Britain's upcoming Davis Cup final, despite security concerns in Belgium following last week's attacks in Paris.
Next week's Davis Cup final takes place in Ghent, which is just 35 miles from Molenbeek, where a manhunt for one of the suspects involved with the attacks in the French capital is underway.
"I don't want to live in fear each time I step on a court," Murray said from the ATP World Tour finals in London.
"I do think the best thing we can do is to live our normal lives, not change too much, because then the terrorists are the ones that are winning."
As many as 129 people were killed in a series of violent incidents in Paris last week and French prosecutors have identified a Belgian citizen as the mastermind behind the attacks.
As a result, International Tennis Federation (ITF) president David Haggerty said that security for the November 27-29 event will be raised.
"Following the tragic events over the last few weeks all sporting events require heightened levels of security and this includes the Fed Cup and Davis Cup finals," he told The Times.
"For our finals and other ITF events, we follow a rigorous process that includes regular consultation with our experts to ensure we take every precaution to safeguard our events, fans and players."