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ATP Tour – Rome & Madrid Masters

May 20, 2010


It would seem that the ATP World Tour has come to life in recent weeks. The two Masters Events in Rome and Madrid have ignited what has been an otherwise tepid start to 2010 from some of the game’s biggest names. Andy Murray’s form has picked up considerably, while in Madrid this week, Rafael Nadal […]

Andy Murray – Monte Carlo Rolex Masters – 2010

April 18, 2010


written for Student Direct Andy Murray’s abysmal form shows no signs of subsiding, with a lacklustre defeat meaning that he has now slipped to fifth in the world rankings. The red clay of Monte Carlo may not be his preferred surface, but a dismal 6-2 6-1 second-round defeat to world number 33 Phillip Kohlschreiber has […]

Andy Murray – Sony Ericsson Open – Miami Masters – 2010

April 7, 2010


Andy Murray lost 6-4 6-4 to American Mardy Fish in the second round of the Miami Masters, leaving little doubt that, if his current poor form persists, it will threaten his position among the tennis elite. Since mid 2008, Murray has continually improved his game, winning numerous Masters Events and contesting 2 grand-slam finals, however, […]

Andy Murray – Dubai Tennis Championships 2010

March 5, 2010


The Dubai Tennis Championships is a tournament held in high-esteem by many of the world’s top players. The palatial setting and extravagant 7-star hotel means that the players are particularly well looked after. This luxurious and pleasurable treatment means that, for many of the games top stars, it is one of the stand-out tournaments on […]

Andy Murray – Australian Open 2010

February 7, 2010


Andy Murray again excelled himself on the highest tennis stage, this time at the 2010 Australian open.  Murray’s form over the two weeks was spectacular, and, despite losing 6-3 6-4 7-6 (13-11) in the final to Roger Federer, he is surely getting ever closer to winning that elusive grand-slam title. Criticism of his decision to […]