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Could it be Andy Murray’s year?

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Andy Murray will head into the grass court season full of confidence, after his best ever clay court season which saw him win 2 titles on the red clay in Madrid and Munich. 

Murray will have been delighted with his form during the French Open, which is even more remarkable considering he was suffering through illness for a week of the tournament; with Murray’s long match with Novak Djokovic arguably benefiting Stan Warwinka in the final and had Murray not been ill during the last week he may well have beaten Djokovic and gone on to pick up his third major and his first Roland Garros title.

Djokovic and Murray are the 2 best players in the world right now, and if they are in different sides of the draw at Wimbledon, there could be a repeat of the 2013 final. Since that final Novak has beaten Andy in all their meetings, but with Murray at full strength and playing his best tennis since becoming the first British man to Wimbledon since the 1930’s, he has a great chance of repeating that success at SW19.

Djokovic has beaten Murray at the last 3 Grand Slams, but the last couple of matches have been very close and could have gone either way. A victory over Djokovic at a major would do wonders for his confidence and could be the catalyst to greater success in the coming months.

On current form Andy not only has a great chance of winning Wimbledon, but also the US Open too; it’s a tournament he’s won both as a junior and senior. Andy Murray seems to be in a great place on and off the court, and the coming months on the court offers a lot of promise.



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