Will Andy Murray Claim His Place in Tennis in 2021?

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Sir Andrew Barron Murray, born on May 15, 1987, in Scotland. He was called to be a British tennis legend and he definitely met expectations. But nobody knows how far he would have gone without having his serious hip injury. Now, he is healthy again and people may wonder if  Andy Murray will be able […] READ MORE


The Top 10 ATP Players on Grass in the 2010s

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The Top 10 ATP Players on Grass in the 2010s The Grass Was Greener on Their Side: Part 2 The Grass Was Greener on Their Side: Part 1 (Top 10 WTA Players on Grass in the 2010s) This list was, similar to Part 1, ordered in terms of grass-court singles win percentages in ATP Tour-level […] READ MORE


Andy Murray Marks Comeback with Queen’s Doubles Title

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Andy Murray announced in January his tearful retirement plans. It was thought to be the end of his career. The Brit opted for life-changing hip resurfacing surgery, the same as Bob Bryan had. Murray is now pain-free and able to do normal everyday things. Playing with his children, walking the dog. Even tying his shoelaces […] READ MORE


Four of Andy Murray’s Most Underrated Matches

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With the news breaking of Andy Murray’s potential retirement, this is a look back at four matches in his career that are overlooked but were important in his stellar career. 2009 Miami Open Final against Novak Djokovic (6-2 7-5) The Miami Open is a Masters 1000 event and is one of the most important tournaments […] READ MORE


Andy Murray Withdraws From Wimbledon the Day Before The Tournament

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Former British #1 and two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray withdrew from the tournament just a day prior to the start of play. Murray was slated to face Benoit Paire in round 1, with a potential meeting against rival Juan Martin Del Potro in the third round. The British star released a statement on his withdrawal […] READ MORE