Friday, January 11, 2008

Andy Murray: Go 6 steps ahead

Australian Open is one of the most popular and prestigious tournaments among the tennis tournament because of highest amount of prize money (680,000). This year’s Australian Open will stat next week. That is why, people are seeking more information about this world wide famous tournament.

The British No 1 Andy Murray, who is just 20 year old, has been seeded in ninth position for the next week’s Australian Open. He started playing Australian Open since2007 when he seeded at number 15th. Now, he is seeding reflects his current world ranking which he achieved following victory at the Qatar Open last week. He is preparing hard ahead of the first grand-slam event at the AAMI classic in Kooyong. He got win in 12 games out of 15. No one able to reach the final eight-man invitational event after both lost their opening round-robin matches yesterday. However, it was thought to his ideal preparation ahead of the next week’s Australian Open.

Ljubicic looked to stamp his authority on the contest after winning the first set in a close tie break raced to a 3-0 lead. However, Murray’s way of thinking is totally different. He thinks rushing the net more to take the advantage away from his opponents.

"I didn't have too much chances to do it in the first set, but when I got down to 3-0 in the second, I started coming in a lot and it worked well," Murray said.

May be he can make any miracle in this year’s Australian open and write his name as a champion in this year’s Australian Open tournament.

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