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This is Murray’s Time- Lendl

Posted 09-14-2012 at 09:23 AM by Philip Oliver
Andy Murray’s coach, Ivan Lendl, has revealed that he thinks that Murray is finally ready to take the next step in his career and win his first Grand Slam.
After reaching his first Wimbledon final back in July and then winning the men’s singles at the Olympics, Lendl thinks that the experience that Murray has gained this year will put him in great stead to win the US Open final on Monday night.

"Andy is ready to go and win. The lesson he learned from the Wimbledon final...
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No Return for Nadal Yet

Posted 09-13-2012 at 03:11 PM by Philip Oliver
Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal has revealed that he may still be some time away from a return to competitive action, much to the disappointment of his fans from within the Betfair tennis community.

The 11-time major winner is currently sitting out the US Open, having already missed the chance to defend his Olympic title in London due to a knee injury, and he is desperate to get back into action soon.

"I really want to be back competing and enjoying the tennis...
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Tennis' big four

Posted 09-12-2012 at 04:49 PM by Philip Oliver
We are, indeed, lucky to be in the era of Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray. Not only because they are all so jaw-droppingly good, which of course they are, but also because there are precisely four of them.

If there were just three dominating the scene, it would be perhaps just half as exciting – three match-up combination possibilities instead of six. Only two slugging out Slam after Slam would become pretty boring pretty quickly and just one man winning...
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Murray digs deep to reach last four

Posted 09-06-2012 at 01:43 PM by Philip Oliver
Third seed Andy Murray displayed all of his fighting qualities as he overcame a significant deficit to see off Croatia's Marin Cilic and reach the US Open semi-finals.

Number 12 seed Cilic stormed into a 6-3 5-1 lead at Louis Armstrong Stadium on Wednesday and looked set to extend Murray's long wait for a first-ever Grand Slam title, with sports betting markets all but paying out on a Cilic victory.

However, Murray clawed his way back into the contest before racing...
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Focused Murray Lays Down Marker

Posted 09-05-2012 at 11:48 AM by Philip Oliver
World number four, Andy Murray, was pleased with his variety and focus, as he stifled the threat of the big-serving Milos Raonic to book his place in the US Open last eight.

Murray outclassed his inexperienced Canadian opponent 6-4 6-4 6-2 in exactly two hours at Arthur Ashe Stadium on Monday night to reach his eighth consecutive Grand Slam quarter-final.

The Scot's performance was a far cry from his struggles against Feliciano Lopez in the New York heat in the third...
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