Wimbledon Winners Video Score: four / 5
Andy Murray is certainly not as poor a tennis player as his record against Novak Djokovic suggests. The Scot just does not seem to be ever going to get over the line versus his Serb opponent.
In the recent clash between the two which had taken place at Indian Wells, Murray had led up with quite a bit of consistency and form and his fans were hoping that he would finally be able to break the jinx, but, that was not the case to be.
It was the same sort of outcome again with Djokovic winning hands down, 6th time on the trot. Murray had a disconsolate look on his face as he confronted the media once the match was over. He said his slowness at the start gave Djokovic the edge and the match headed in only one direction from there onwards.
In the words of Murray, “I was feeling pretty good leading to this contest to be honest, but, I think I was a bit slow in the first few minutes and that might have made the difference.” Continue reading
Wimbledon Winners Video Score: five / 5
Andy Murray might not have managed to win as many major titles as his compatriots and fans were expecting him to after his win in the Wimbledon Championships 2013, but, he still commands the same amount of respect in all parts of United Kingdom and the young players from there, both males and females, see him as role model.
Heather Watson, a 22 year-old female tennis player from UK, became the champion in the singles competition of the Hobart International Tennis tournament yesterday and she dedicated her win to Murray saying that the Scot has been a great inspiration over the last few years for her and many other British youngsters.
It was the second World Tennis Association title for Watson. No player from Great Britain had been able to win two titles on the tour in the female category in the last three decades. Continue reading
Wimbledon Winners Video Score: four / five
Wimbledon Winners Movie Rating: four / five