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Murray Secures Maiden Grand Slam Title in Epic Circumstances

September 11, 2012


written by Robert Pollard for the Huffington Post The 76 year wait for a British winner of a men’s Grand Slam tennis event is over. Under the lights on Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York, Andy Murray won a quite breathtaking 5 set final against Novak Djokovic at the US Open, winning 7-6, 7-5, 2-6, […]

Murray Masterclass

September 4, 2012


written by Robert Pollard This was supposed to be a difficult match for Andy Murray against an in-form youngster serving aces at the rate of knots and making an impression at the top table of the game. How wrong that assessment looks now. Murray dismantled Milos Raonic in the most brutal fashion imaginable, winning 6-4 […]

Murray vs. Raonic – US Open Preview

September 3, 2012


written by Robert Pollard Raonic stands in the way of another Grand Slam quarter-final for Murray Andy Murray’s bid for a maiden Grand Slam title continues under the lights on Arthur Ashe Stadium tonight against the in form Canadian Milos Raonic in the fourth round of the US Open. It will be a stern test […]

Murray Must Turn Olympic Gold Into a Grand Slam

August 8, 2012


written by Robert Pollard Olympic Gold should act as springboard to greater success With the expectation of an entire nation on your shoulders, it would easy to fold under the pressure. That’s what Andy Murray had to deal with going into Sunday’s match with Roger Federer yet he produced a truly magnificent performance in the […]