Andy Murray

IPTL will take tennis to new regions, says Andy Murray

IPTL will take tennis to new regions, says Andy MurrayDubai: Looking forward to his stint in the upcoming Indian Premier Tennis League, British number one Andy Murray says the event will take the sport to new regions.

Murray will lead Manila Mavericks in Mahesh Bhupathi's league, starting November 28 in Philippines.

Murray gets 'the finger' by Robredo after Spaniard loses Valencia Open final at home

Sydney, Oct 27 - Briton number one Andy Murray was given the finger by Tommy Robredo after the world number 10 saved five match points to beat the Spaniard and clinch the Valencia Open title.

In a battle of tennis superstars, Murray saved five match points before fighting back to beat Robredo, world number 16, in a in a tense third-set tiebreaker 3-6, 7-6 (7), 7-6 (8).

Murray secures fifth place in Tour Final's standings post Valencia Open win

Andy MurrayLondon, Oct 27 - Britain number one Andy Murray moved up to the fifth place in the ATP World Tour Finals' standings after he beat Spaniard Tommy Robredo for the second time in a month to win the Valencia Open.

Murray saved five match points against Robredo to win 3-6, 7-6 (9-7), 7-6 (10-8) in three hours and 20 minutes. He claimed his third title in five weeks and closed in on a place at the ATP World Tour Finals.

Murray says knew had to 'win lot of matches' to reach Tour Finals post defeating Ferrer

London, Oct 26 - British number one Andy Murray has said that he was aware that he would need to win a lot of matches to try to reach the Tour Finals, after he took a huge step towards qualifying for the ATP World Tour Finals with straight sets win over David Ferrer to reach Valencia Open final.

Andy Murray eyes Tour Finals momentum in Valencia

Valencia - Two-time Grand Slam winner Andy Murray continues his bid to reach the ATP World Tour Finals next month at the Valencia Open fresh from his second tournament victory of the season in Vienna.

The Scot downed David Ferrer 5-7, 6-2, 7-5 to claim the title on his first appearance in the Austrain capital to move ahead of the Spaniard into the final qualifiyng spot for the season-ending finals in London.

Murray thanks 'supporting' girlfriend for first title win since Wimbledon 2013

Andy MurrayLondon, Sep 29 - British number one Andy Murray has said that he got through a very tough week to win the Shenzhen Open title thanks to the support of his girlfriend Kim Sears .

Murray beat Spain's Tommy Robredo 5-7, 7-6 (11-9), 6-1 for his first tournament victory since Wimbledon 2013. The Scot had faced criticism over his backing for the Scottish independence 'yes' campaign.

Andy Murray disappointed with self for Scottish referendum tweet

Andy MurrayLondon, Sep 24 - Andy Murray says that he is disappointed with himself for the way he tweeted his support for Scottish independence referendum.

Murray said that while he did not "regret giving an opinion" the way he had worded his tweet was not in his character.

Andy Murray's mum's 'Strictly' chances dwindle due to son's pro Scot tweet

Andy MurrayLondon, Sept 20 - Andy Murray, who recently tweeted showing his support to Scottish Independence, might affect his mother's chance of winning the reality show Strictly Come Dancing.

Bookie William Hill feels that it has cut the price of Murray's mom that her chances of getting voted out are 16/1 to 10/1, the Daily Star reported.

Murray promises loyalty to Great Britain despite supporting `Yes Scotland` campaign

Murray promises loyalty to Great Britain London, Sep 20 : British number one Andy Murray has reportedly vowed to remain loyal to Great Britain (G. B.) despite declaring his support for Scottish independence on Thursday.

The Wimbledon and Olympic gold medallist confirmed that he would be representing team G. B. during the Davis match against the United States next March amid an angry backlash against his support for the Yes Scotland campaign.

Ex-Wimbledon champ Richard Krajicek feels Murray can finish in top five by year end

Former Wimbledon champion Richard KrajicekLondon, Sep 05 - Former Wimbledon champion Richard Krajicek is of the opinion that British number one Andy Murray could be ranked in the top five by the end of 2014 and challenging for Grand Slams again in 2015.

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