Andy Murray may be able to rely on the support of the majority of crowd inside the O2 Arena this week, but it’ll take more than that if the Scot to lift the ATP World Tour Finals title. Murray knows he will need to be at the top of his game from the very off in the season-ending tournament in London, with eight of the world’s top players all vying for the title. Those looking for Tennis betting offers
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The world number-three was a beaten semi-finalist at last year’s tournament, going out to eventual runner-up Rafael Nadal in a tight match. This season may not have yielded a major title for Murray yet, but the Scot has reached the semi-finals or better in all four of Grand Slams with some exciting live tennis
Murray is well aware that he won’t have anytime to play himself into this week’s tournament, with the pressure on straight away as the Brit looks to secure himself in the knockout-stage.
“You have to be right on your game from the first match. Sometimes you work your way into an event. Here you have to play your best, simple as that.”
“It's one of the biggest tournaments on the tour - you're competing against the top guys. If you can win, it's a big achievement, one of the biggest. So there's a real incentive.”
2012 will be a big year for the 24-year old, and victory in the final event of this year would give Murray a great platform on which to launch a fresh assault on titles next season. It’ll take a lot more than just being the home favourite to win this tournament though; Murray will know he’ll have to produce something special to see off his rivals this week.