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Posted 10-18-2012 at 02:25 PM by Philip Oliver
Andy Murray’s triumph at the US Open is good news for sports fans, according to the Betfair tennis tips website. The Scot had been more than holding his own on tour against the top three players in the world for some time, but wins against them in Grand Slam tournaments had been hard to come by.

With Rafael Nadal debilitated by injury and Roger Federer slightly past his best, spectators might have feared the glorious recent rivalries between the big names were beginning to fizzle...
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Posted 10-17-2012 at 09:37 AM by Philip Oliver
It now appears to only be a matter of time before Andy Murray goes on and reaches the top of the world rankings, which is something that has often looked as though it simply wouldn’t happen.

The Scottish star’s US Open triumph in September has finally proved he can win a grand slam, and his Olympic gold medal has only gone further to highlight the emergence of a player whose career has now entered another level.

Gone are the doubts that Murray would ever be able to...
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Posted 10-09-2012 at 03:50 PM by Philip Oliver
Rafael Nadal could be set to make an early return from injury in time to play in the ATP Tour Finals and then the Davis Cup final.

Many tennis tips had predicted he would return for the two big events left in 2012, but now the Spaniard’s uncle and coach, Toni, has revealed the 26-year old will soon return to training.

Nadal has been out of action since his shock Wimbledon second round defeat to Lukas Rosol, once again failing to shake off the niggling knee problems...
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Posted 10-09-2012 at 10:49 AM by Philip Oliver
World number one, Roger Federer, has pinpointed Andy Murray as a major threat to his position at the top of the world rankings.

Since lifting his maiden major title at the US Open in September, Murray has spoken of his desire to add more Grand Slams to his trophy cabinet and has targeted a more consistent 2013, with the hope of leapfrogging the Swiss at the summit.

Federer feels the Scot can hit his targets, admitting to the sport news that he will have a keen eye on...
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Posted 10-08-2012 at 09:08 AM by Philip Oliver
An increase in the total prize fund available at the Australian Open has been widely accepted by tennis fans, pundits and players after a long argument over competitors’ prize money was finally resolved.

Tournament organisers have injected an extra £2.6m into the competition, although it is yet unknown how the money will be distributed. This means the total prize fund for competitors stands at £19.3m, making the Australian Open the most lucrative tennis event on the planet.
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