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Murray beats Ferrer, with one more win and the title he surges into 5th place in the Race

Today Andy Murray in a tight match, beat David Ferrer 6-4 7-5. This is the pair’s third match in three weeks stretching back to Shanghai. Ferrer won in three sets in Shanghai while Murray outlasted him in Vienna in three sets after Ferrer had served for the title at 5-3. 208 more words

David Ferrer, Valencia Semi Final

Welcome to your weekly instalment of Murray v Ferrer. Nice to have you back.

There is probably little I can tell you about David or their head to head that a) I haven’t already mentioned in the last couple of weeks and b) is worth doing so, so the tennis can be the focus. 954 more words

Kevin Anderson, Valencia Quarter Final

So, this is a tricky one to analyse. Generally a performance can be categorised as either “good” or “bad”, however black or white that might appear to be. 1,330 more words

Incarnation Series

As the Incarnation Series has drawn to a close, here is an updated showcase of the guest posts (12 so far).  I want to thank everyone who has contributed to a great month of posts on this special subject!   99 more words

Incarnation

Fabio Fognini, Valencia Round 2

Yet again, I was forced to deny myself live tennis today (and, of course, my loyal twitter followers my incisive and witty comment during the match. 747 more words

How Bout Dem Cowboys!

America’s Team has the best record in the league for what seems like the first time since i’ve been alive.

They have had successful seasons in years’ past but never have they dominated the way they have this season. 346 more words

Jurgen Melzer, Valencia Round 1

We’re into week five of a six-week Murray marathon (or “Murraython”, if you will…) and it’s Valencia where we’ve ended up. Good call, it sounds like a much more chilled place than option two, Basel (if for no other reason than the fact that it doesn’t currently house Nadal and Federer, although it does appear to also be sunny). 1,086 more words