Andy Murray will be world No.1, says Nadal
London, Feb. 17: Spanish tennis great Rafael Nadal has said he could lose his world No. 1 spot to Britain's Andy Murray eventually.
Speaking after being beaten by Murray in the final of the AMB AMRO World Indoor Tournament in Rotterdam, Nadal said: "Andy is already having a good season. He won in Doha, he lost in the fourth round in Australia, but against a very good Fernando Verdasco, and he won here in Rotterdam. He is No 4 in the world now and he can be better because he has not many points to defend from here to Wimbledon so he can improve his ranking more. Sure, he is good and he can be No 1, No 2, No 3 - I don't think it will be a problem."
Murray has won 10 career titles already with seven of them coming indoors, the Sun reports.
And he has beaten Nadal twice so far this year. (ANI)