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Posted 11-26-2012 at 08:42 AM by Philip Oliver
If it had not been for Ivan Lendl then Andy Murray would not be looking back on the best year of his career so far.

Since the 52-year-old former pro linked up with the Scot, things have gone from good to better, to even better! It goes without saying that Murray was crying out for some true leadership in his tennis.

The 25-year-old Scot has to accept that he may never win as many slams, due to the current class of his contemporaries, as he would have done in another...
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Posted 11-20-2012 at 02:56 PM by Philip Oliver
Former Wimbledon champions Boris Becker believes Andy Murray’s defeat to Roger Federer in the ATP Tour finals will actually prove beneficial in the long-term.

Murray arrived in London still basking in the glow of a glorious summer that saw him claim an Olympic gold medal and then lift the US Open, his first Grand Slam title.

However, despite being well backed to lift in Betfair Tennis Betting markets another trophy at the 02 Arena, he crashed out at the hands of his...
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Posted 11-13-2012 at 08:34 AM by Philip Oliver
Two major decisions have been undertaken in the ATP that could spell the demise of tennis in California, leaving the state with little international recognition on the tour.

Just days after the ATP board of directors voted against increasing the prize money at Indian Wells, Los Angeles’ Farmers Classic was revealed to be in the process of being sold to Bogota, Colombia.

California used to boast four ATP tournaments and was the go-to place for competitors preparing for...
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Posted 11-12-2012 at 10:53 AM by Philip Oliver
British number one Andy Murray was left to rue a missed opportunity as Novak Djokovic recovered from an early setback to move a step closer to the last four of the ATP World Tour Finals.

Murray began brightly at London's O2 Arena and edged the opening set, only for the top seed to restore parity in the second, meaning punters were struggling to decide how to bet as the game headed for a deciding set.

Djokovic powered into a 4-2 lead in that decider before Murray hit...
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Posted 11-08-2012 at 11:33 AM by Philip Oliver
The men’s tennis circuit has been dominated for years by a band of three or four superb players that consistently set standards far higher than the rest of the ATP.

Roger Federer’s rise to prominence in the early 2000s was soon followed by the emergence of Rafael Nadal, and recently Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray have swooped in to join the small band of brothers.

This dominance has meant the top four enter ATP tour tournaments and Grand Slams expecting to win reflected...
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