"But for me it's not something I think about it", said World No. 3 Wawrinka.
The Scot, who is bidding to win Wimbledon for a third time, was drawn in the same half as two-time champion Rafael Nadal, with three-times victor Novak Djokovic and seven-times champion Roger Federer placed in the bottom half.
Only Marin Cilic and Juan Martin del Potro have managed to breach this private party since the summer of 2005 and, with Wimbledon upon us again next Monday, it's hard to believe anyone from outside this quintet of stars will be holding aloft the men's trophy on Sunday, July 16th.
Speaking about Murray - who has struggled with a hip problem - he added: 'If he's anything close to 100% physically, I consider him one of the big favorites to win the tournament. "It's that simple. It's the same for Novak and the same for Rafa", reckoned Federer.
If Nadal can survive the first week, then the 31-year-old Spaniard will certainly be in good shape to contend for a third Wimbledon crown. 'If he plays well or if he plays well for two weeks, I think he can go all the way here. For me, everything that happened sort of before, Queen's for Andy, whatever, doesn't matter so much because I feel like Andy's one of the best players in the first week at Wimbledon, so I don't worry too much for him there.
'I think it's very even when we put it all out on the line.
So this takes us back to Federer, Nadal and Djokovic - the first, second and joint third favourites - who collectively hold 45 Grand Slam successes between them.
'Look, Novak is just coming back from winning Eastbourne now. That's going to be obviously a longshot.
Coming off a runner-up finish in the Australian Open, Nadal picked up four singles titles on clay include a run through the French Open in which he didn't drop a single set. But I see that they are going to be tough to beat here'.
"Yeah, it's been very dominant by a few players here at Wimbledon".
Worryingly for his rivals, after missing the clay campaign, Federer is fresh and ready to roll again.
"I don't want to be at the mercy of my opponent".
"Even though I was happy on the clay for a couple days, I just felt like, you know what, anything other than winning there feels like I'm not giving myself the best chance for Wimbledon".