Andy Murray

`Fit-again` Federer trolls Murray at ATP event

`Fit-again` Federer trolls Murray at ATP event

Melbourne, April. 11 : Swiss tennis maestro Roger Federer has poked fun at Andy Murray after scribbling his own signature next to the Briton's face in spot number two at an official ATP event in Monte Carlo.

Federer, who is standing third in world rankings, mistakenly signed an ATP ranking board in Murray's place at second spot.

28-year-old Murray, who arrived late for the event, had no other option but to sign next to a picture of third-ranked Federer, news. com. au reported.

Frustrated Murray sent packing at Miami Open

Frustrated Murray sent packing at Miami Open

London, Mar 29 : World number two Andy Murray produced an error-strewn performance as he crashed out of the Miami Open after suffering a three-set defeat to Grigor Dimitrov in the third round in Florida.

The Briton also failed to contain his temper as he violently smashed his racket against his bag eight times during his 7-6, 6-4, 6-3 defeat to Bulgaria's Dimitrov, the Guardian reported.

Murray, who was also eliminated from the Indian Wells Masters in the third round, has only two wins on the ATP World Tour since reaching the Australian Open final. (ANI)

Murray dumped out of Indian Wells Masters

Murray dumped out of Indian Wells Masters

Johannesburg, Mar 15 : World number two Andy Murray crashed out of the Indian Wells Masters tournament after suffering a shock defeat to Argentina's Federico Delbonis in the third round on Tuesday.

The two-time Grand Slam champion was beaten 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (7/3) by the Argentinean rival in a contest that lasted two hour and 46 minute.

Reflecting on his performance, Murray said that it was a tough match to lose, adding that he committed mistakes when he went for his shots, Sport24 reported.

Murray outmuscles gutsy Granollers to reach Indian Wells third round

Murray outmuscles gutsy Granollers to reach Indian Wells third round

California, Mar. 13 : World number two Andy Murray produced a remarkable performance as he saw off Marcel Granollers to book his place in the third round of the BNP Paribas Open here on Sunday.

After a slow start against his Spanish opponent, the 28-year-old Scottish player rebounded strongly to secure a 6-4, 7-6 (7-3) victory in the thrilling second round of the tournament.

Describing Granollers as a 'smart' player, Murray admitted that the former had made right decisions during the game, adding that he had made quite difficult for him to claim a victory.

Andy Murray becomes proud father of baby girl

Andy Murray becomes proud father of baby girl

London, Feb. 09 : British tennis star Andy Murray and his wife Kim Sears have become proud parents of their first child on Tuesday. The couple were blessed with a baby daughter.

According to the Guardian, Scotland first minister Nicola Sturgeon and her Labour counterpart Kezia Dugdale were among the first ones to congratulate the two-time Grand Slam champion on Twitter.

The couple got married in Murray's hometown of Dunblane last April and had announced the pregnancy last summer.

Djokovic vows to keep going despite Oz Open title

Djokovic vows to keep going despite Oz Open title

Melbourne, Feb. 1 : World number one Novak Djokovic has vowed to continue his uphill struggle and maintain standards despite clinching his record-equalling sixth Australian Open title.

The Serbian claimed a 6-1, 7-5, 7-6 (7-3) win over Andy Murray in a thrilling summit clash to grab his 11th Grand Slam title and handed the Briton his fifth final defeat at Melbourne Park.

Talking about his performance, the 28-year-old admitted that he had played the best tennis of his career in the last 15 months, insisting that it could easily be visible by his results, News. com. au reported.

Andy Murray to skip brother Jamie's `stressful` Australian Open final

Andy Murray to skip brother Jamie's `stressful` Australian Open final

Johannesburg, Jan. 30 : World number two Andy Murray has revealed that he will not be watching his brother Jamie's Australian Open men's doubles final on Saturday, saying that he finds his brother's matches 'pretty stressful ' to watch.

While praising Jamie for his consistent performance, brother Andy said that it was incredible to see both of them reach the finals of the same Grand Slam for the first time, Sport24 reported.

Murray sets up Djokovic showdown after epic duel with Raonic

Murray sets up Djokovic showdown after epic duel with Raonic

Melbourne, Jan. 29 : World number two Andy Murray on Friday reached his fifth Australian Open final after defeating big-serving Canadian Milos Raonic in a thrilling five-set men's singles contest.

The Briton claimed a 4-6, 7-5, 6-7(4), 6-4, 6-2 win over Raonic at Rod Laver Arena to set up a mouth-watering summit clash against defending champion and world number one Novak Djokovic on Sunday.

Murray produced a spirited comeback as he bounced back after trailing 2-1 in the third set before eventually prevailing over his Canadian rival, who labored with a groin injury in the deciding set.

Murray outlasts Ferrer to seal Australian Open semis berth

Murray outlasts Ferrer to seal Australian Open semis berth

Johannesburg, Jan. 27 : World number two Andy Murray overcame David Ferrer of Spain in a tight four-setter to progress through to the semifinals of the Australian Open on Wednesday.

Murray, the four-time finalist at Melbourne Park, claimed a 6-3, 6-7 (5/7), 6-2, 6-3 win over eighth-seeded Ferrer in a contest that lasted more than three hours, Sport24 reported.

Murray will next face either Milos Raonic or Gael Monfils in Friday's semi-final. (ANI)

Murray advances, Wawrinka bows out of Australian Open

Murray advances, Wawrinka bows out of Australian Open

Melbourne, Jan. 25 - World number two Andy Murray breezed into his seventh consecutive Australian Open quarterfinals after brushing aside Bernard Tomic in the fourth round of the tournament on Monday.

The 28-year-old Scottish player outclassed his Australian opponent Tomic 6-4, 6-4, 7-6 (7-4) in the contest that lasted for two and a half hour on Rod Laver Arena.

With the win, Murray will now play against David Ferrer for the semi-final berth, who demolished big-serving John Isner in straight sets.



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