As many times as it happens, it never ceases to amaze me – the falling out of form, of a great player. That process is generally a creeper. 649 more words
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Telegraph Sport –18 OCTOBER 2016 • 7:35AM – Since Catherine Whitaker and David Law last convened on the Telegraph’s Tennis Podcast two weeks ago, Maria Sharapova’s sentence has been reduced by nine months, Andy Murray has won 20 sets out of 20 to move to within sight of World No 1, and Novak Djokovic has continued to struggle.326 more words
Murray is still rolling. Really he hasn’t been challenged at all through-out the Asian swing, completing the Serb’s favorite little double of Beijing/Shanghai. In a recent interview, Murray, although denying his focus on catching Novak at world #1, says certainly he’s confident and the presence of Lendl has helped. 867 more words
For a player who’s reached three out of four Grand Slam finals in 2016, winning two of them, it’s hard to describe the year as a failure for Novak Djokovic. 1,159 more words
Back in June, when Novak Djokovic was master of the universe, conquering all before him, including Andy Murray, there seemed more chance of Scotland winning the World Cup – or at least, qualifying for one – than Andy Murray getting anywhere near the world number one spot, so far ahead was Djokovic from the rest of the field. 490 more words
Andy Murray’s confidence is at its peak after defeating Roberto Bautista Agut at the Rolex Shanghai Masters tournament.
The Under Armour-sponsored tennis star outclassed the Spanish athlete on Sunday in China, 7-6, 6-1. 277 more words