Showing posts with label James Duckworth. Show all posts
Showing posts with label James Duckworth. Show all posts

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Video: Murray beats Duckworth | 2018 US Open

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Video: Andy Murray beats James Duckworth At The US Open

Andy Murray battles in Louis Armstrong Stadium, needing four sets to defeat James Duckworth in his return to Grand Slam action.

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Murray back in winning groove at US Open

Murray back in winning groove at US Open
Murray back in winning groove at US Open

Andy Murray marked his first Grand Slam tournament in 14 months with a 6-7 (5/7), 6-3, 7-5, 6-3 win over Australia's James Duckworth at the US Open on Monday.

Murray, the 2012 champion in New York and playing just his fifth tournament of the year after undergoing hip surgery in January, last featured in a major at Wimbledon in 2017.
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Murray, whose world ranking has slumped to 382, goes on to face Fernando Verdasco, the Spanish 31st seed after seeing off the error-prone Duckworth, ranked at 448.

"He was serving big in the first set and the ball was flying around," said 31-year-old Murray who only returned to the tour in June.

"But I started to get into the return games, stood back a little more and that gave me more time to get in the rallies and find my range with my ground strokes."

At 3hr and 17mins on the new Louis Armstrong Stadium, it was Murray's longest match since his comeback in a reassuring indication of his fitness.

Monday, January 16, 2017

Video: Duckworth v Lorenzi highlights (1R) | Australian Open 2017

Video: Duckworth v Lorenzi match highlights (1R) | Australian Open 2017

Match highlights from Paolo Lorenzi's first round win over James Duckworth at the Australian Open 2017.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Video: Duckworth Discusses Winning Canberra Challenger 2016 Title

Video: Duckworth Discusses Winning Canberra Challenger 2016 Title

Aussie James Duckworth looks back on claiming his fourth ATP Challenger Tour title in Canberra.



Video courtesy Tennis Australia.