The British number one is the top contender to win his second Miami Masters title, since the top seed, Novak Djokovic, was shockingly beaten in the fourth round by the world number 15 – Tommy Haas. This left the door open for Murray to close in on the title after he beat Richard Gasquet 6-7, …
“Unless something fatal happens to me, there’s no way I won’t be competing.” – Serena Williams, after hurting her ankle a recent match.
Indian Wells is an amazing place and its great to be out here, despite being pretty much in the middle of the desert, it draws in some of the best crowds we see on the tour all year so its always got a great atmosphere. Andy Murray after going back to Indian Wells – it …
“The important thing is to have regularity, to be able to compete. I am confident that with the days and weeks, I will regain what I am missing.” Rafael Nadal – Bringing positive news for any fans who’ve been worried about how he would recover.
“The only way I could beat Novak Djokovic is by taking him out in the locker room.” That was Andre Agassi, giving Novak Djokovic a burst of confidence during this year’s Australian Open.
“It’s a shame one of us had to lose.” Novak Djokovic – Reflecting on an evenly matched 5 set thriller with Stanislas Wawrinka in the year’s Australian Open round four match. If you are a tennis player you will no doubt, honestly, have played in matches such as this.
We couldn’t help noticing how much Andy Murray has gained the interest, support and respect of many more over the 2012 year. So much so, that Roger Federer commented on how he’s come on in recent years, with his first Masters 1000 win a few years ago, followed by the Olympic Gold and Grand Slam …
“The depressing thing about tennis is that no matter how good I get, I’ll never be as good as a wall.” Mitch Hedberg, very wise words from the American comedian!
“When you playing for your country, you raise your game, your intensity, your focus.” Andy Murray, reflecting on what it takes to be the first British tennis player to win the Olympics and a Grand Slam in the same year. Courtesy of Adidas.
‘More Win’ Well, at the end of the day, it’s not all about the taking part, and everyone wants to win more!