Britain’s Davis cup captain, Leon smith has warned current world tennis sensation, Andy Murray of the need to continue getting better if he is to tight grip and maintain his new heights on the ladder of world tennis.
Murray displaced Novak Djokovic off the ATP world ranking chart after beating him at this year’s World Tour final in London. Prior to that, the Serb had reigned as ATP’s crown prince for 122 consecutive weeks.
The best of the best in world tennis converge at the Qatar open come January 2 next year and Smith feels Andy Murray “…will absolutely work his socks off and try to get better again.” Continue reading
In a series of wins, British sportsman Andy Murray has defeated former world number one Novak Djokovic to end the season as the new holder of the top spot.
It was a bad outing for the former champion Novak Djokovic as time ran out with him being unable to defeat the aggressive new champion. Against all predictions and pre-match forecasts, the 29-year old Scot managed to emerge victorious after a grueling face off with the talented defending champion.
This is perhaps his most remarkable win over Djokovic ever since winning the first of his three grand slam titles in New York four years back. By snatching this top rank from Djokovic, Murray has confirmed to all tennis fanatics that not only is he the best player in the world statistically, he is also deserving of the number one ranking in every way. The new champion is very likely to remain in the spot into the summer of the upcoming 2017 season. Continue reading