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Monday, 13 June 2011

Murray wins an extraordinary final at Queen's

After the the final was postponed on sunday because of the traditional English weather, monday was the D-Day for Murray and Tsonga. With most of the spectators set on Murray destroying the frenchman, Tsonga had a tough job to reverse the odds. However that didn't even worry him one bit. He came out like the man who just beat the world No1. The crowd in London was happy at last to see the long awaited sun but they had a surprise as it was Tsonga who took the first set 6-3 with some amazing play at the net. Murray dazzled by his performance tried his best but his famous return didn't break the Frenchman and a tie-break was the way in the second set. Murray with some alpha male instincts crushed Tsonga and was one set all. The frenchman was now over shadowed by Murray and the home crowd. It quickly became a show off match for Murray as he won the 3rd set 6-4.

17 comments:

  1. Very good news! Good for him :)

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  2. Great news,thanks for keeping us updated.

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  3. Murrays's agme are always pleaisng to look at. Especially this one was a clear win for him.

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  4. These players are incredible. I played tennis for a season in High School. I was 'mediocre' at best. Lol

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  5. He deserved it! It was a great game!

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  6. tennis is much harder than ping pong +1 Follower

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  7. I miss the times when Guga used to rule this sport =/

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  8. What a great match that was!

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  9. yep he deserved, great game!
    +1 follower

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  10. im always fascinated by tennis players and the amount of skill needed to play professional games

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  11. These players are incredible. I played tennis for a season in scool when I was a kid. I was so bad xD

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