Showing posts with label andy murray. Show all posts
Showing posts with label andy murray. Show all posts

Sunday, December 10, 2017

Video Flashback: Andy Murray 2005 First U.S. Pro Circuit Finals

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Video Flashback: Andy Murray 2005 First U.S. Pro Circuit Finals


Video Flashback: Federer vs Murray Highlights Thailand Open 2005

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Video Flashback: Roger Federer vs Andy Murray Highlights Thailand Open 2005

Monday, December 4, 2017

Tennis Video: Murray vs Marchenko 2017 Australian Open Round 1 Highlights

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Tennis Video: Andy Murray vs Illya Marchenko 2017 Australian Open Round 1 Highlights

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Andy Murray plays at O2 Arena ahead of World Tour Finals...as Dominic Thiem's hitting partner

Andy Murray plays at O2 Arena ahead of World Tour Finals...as Dominic Thiem's hitting partner

Andy Murray has stepped up his recovery from a long-standing hip injury with an impromptu appearance at the O2 Arena this morning.

The venue will stage this week's season-ending ATP World Tour Finals where the eight elite men's players will compete including Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Roger Federer Plays in Kilt During Exhibition in Scotland

Roger Federer Plays in Kilt During Exhibition in Scotland

Roger Federe played an exhibition match against Andy Murray in Glasgow.

Both players had good reason to be in a jovial mood; Federer won two majors on the year, and the match was Murray's first public outing since he suffered a hip injury at Wimbledon.

Video: Roger Federer vs Andy Murray - Exhibition Highlights Scotland

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Video: Roger Federer vs Andy Murray - Exhibition Highlights Scotland

Roger Federer, the man who might become the first-ever person to defeat Father Time, played an exhibition match vs. Andy Murray in Glasgow, Scotland on Tuesday.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Andy Murray targets Brisbane International comeback ahead of 2018 Australian Open

Andy Murray targets Brisbane International comeback ahead of 2018 Australian Open

Andy Murray is targeting a New Year comeback in Australia but has stressed he will not rush a return before his body is ready.

The Scot has not played since struggling through Wimbledon with a hip injury but is hopeful he will be able to take part in the Brisbane International, which kicks off next season's action on Dec 31.

Murray is continuing his rehabilitation by limbering up for an exhibition match against Roger Federer at the Andy Murray Live in Glasgow on Tuesday evening and feels he is making good progress.

Video: Andy Murray ATP Player Profile 2017

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Video: Andy Murray ATP Player Profile 2017

Andy Murray talks about the importance of his family and making the most of his time with them at home, as well as the versatility it takes to be a good coach in this ATP Player Profile.

Friday, October 13, 2017

Andy Murray back in practice

Andy Murray back in practice

Andy Murray is back hitting balls again at the All England Club, sources have confirmed, after a four-week period of rest and rehabilitation in the wake of his failed attempt to participate in the US Open.

The practices are not understood to be too intense at the moment, but there is a date in mind: Nov 7, when Murray is due to face Roger Federer in an exhibition match – Andy Murray Live – at Glasgow’s SSE Hyrdo.

Normally, such an unofficial showcase would be a bit of a hit-and-giggle, with both players trying to set each other up for eye-catching shots. Yet this is likely to be different - a telling moment for Murray, who has not played on the ATP tour since he broke down physically in his Wimbledon quarter-final against Sam Querrey.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Sampras says Nole and Murray will get back to top in 2018

Sampras says Nole and Murray will get back to top in 2018

Pete Sampras has backed Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic to return in 2018 and challenge for the major titles despite struggling in 2017.

The Scot took over the world number one ranking from Djokovic after a blistering run of form that saw him win five titles in a row at the end of last year. But he was unable to maintain that form coming into the new season.

Murray won just one title this year at the Dubai Open and struggled for form in the other events. He lost in the quarter-finals at Wimbledon after struggling with a hip injury and has since indicated that he will not play again in 2017.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Andy Murray likely to miss rest of season due to hip injury

Andy Murray likely to miss rest of season due to hip injury

After many weeks of indecision, Andy Murray has opted not to undergo surgery on his damaged right hip, but to keep hoping that an extended period of rest and rehabilitation will solve the problem.

As a result, he says he is unlikely to play again this season. A statement released on Wednesday held out the faintest of hope that he could return to play in an indoor event before Christmas – but this sounded more like wishful thinking than a realistic plan.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Rafael Nadal pointedly questions timing of Andy Murray's US Open withdrawal

Rafael Nadal pointedly questions timing of Andy Murray's US Open withdrawal

Rafael Nadal hinted at annoyance with the timing of Andy Murray's withdrawal from the US Open, describing it as "difficult to understand".

The world number two had looked set to play in New York having practised at Flushing Meadows for a week only to decide after a final hit on Saturday lunchtime that his hip was too sore.

Had Murray pulled out prior to Friday's draw, Roger Federer would have moved up to number two seed and he and Nadal would not have been in the same half of the draw.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Murray out of US Open

Murray out of US Open

Andy Murray withdrew from the U.S. Open because of a hip injury, he was seeded No. 2.

"Did pretty much everything that I could to get myself ready here and took a number of weeks off after Wimbledon. I obviously spoke to a lot of hip specialists. Tried obviously resting, rehabbing, to try and get myself ready here," said Murray, who won the 2012 U.S. Open for the first of his three major championships.

"Was actually practicing OK the last few days," he added, "but it's too sore for me to win the tournament. And ultimately, that's what I was here to try and do."

Friday, August 25, 2017

US Open 2017 Video: Andy Murray and Thai-Son Kwiatkowski Practice

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US Open 2017 Video: Andy Murray and Thai-Son Kwiatkowski Practice

Andy Murray and Thai-Son Kwiatkowski are practicing on the Grandstand.

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Video: Federer vs Murray - US Open 2008 Final Highlights

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Video: Roger Federer vs Andy Murray - US Open 2008 Final Highlights

Video: Murray vs Nishikori - US Open 2016 QF Highlights

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Video: Andy Murray vs Kei Nishikori - US Open 2016 QF Highlights

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Video Flashback: Murray vs Nishikori - US Open 2016 QF Highlights

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Video Flashback: Andy Murray vs Kei Nishikori - US Open 2016 QF Highlights

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Murray withdrew from Cincinnati because of hip injury

Murray withdrew from Cincinnati because of hip injury

Andy Murray pulled out of ATP Masters Series event in Cincinnati with a nagging hip injury that also forced him out of this week's Montreal event.

"Unfortunately I won't be playing in Cincinnati as I continue my recovery," Murray said. "I always enjoy playing there and I look forward to returning next year.

Friday, August 4, 2017

Andy Murray Withdrew from Rogers Cup

Andy Murray Withdrew from Rogers Cup

Andy Murray withdrew from next week's ATP Rogers Cup in Montreal, tournament officials said Thursday.

A nagging hip injury will keep Murray from the Canadian hardcourt tuneup for the US Open for the second year in a row after 11 previous consecutive appearances by the Scotsman.

"I am sad to be missing the tournament in Montreal because I have many great memories from my time in Canada," Murray said in a statement. "I am doing everything I can to return as quickly as possible."

Monday, July 31, 2017

Federer and Nadal candidates for US Open title?

Federer and Nadal candidates for US Open title?

Who would have thought a year ago that Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal would be candidates to win the trophy at the US Open 2017?

But they are, today more than ever with Novak Djokovic out of the fight due to his elbow injury and Andy Murray not going through his best moment.

If today we had to bet definitely would do for a final Federer vs Nadal if the draw puts them on opposite sides.