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Friday, July 03, 2009

Greg Rusedski: Andy Murray can Win Grand Slam Title

Former British tennis player Greg Rusedski has said that Andy Murray has the ability to become first British to win a grand slam title in 70 years. It has been 70 years since Fred Perry last won a grand slam tournament for Britain. Now, Greg Rusedski sees ray of hope in Andy Murray who reached the final of US Open 2008, but lost to Roger Federer. Greg Rusedski was the last Briton to reach a grand slam final in 1997 before Murray reaching US Open final this year. 21-year-old Murray has all the possibility to put an end to Britain’s long-lasting hope of seeing a grand slam winner.

Sky Sports reported:

“I’ve always thought that Andy would be better than Tim Henman and myself and, if you look at his results, he is already miles ahead of where we were at his age,” Rusedski told The Mail on Sunday.

“I really believe Andy has a legitimate chance to win any of the four majors. Every time he enters a major championship, you think he can win it.

“That is an extraordinary change in the mindset in British tennis.”

Murray has several successes this year on the court including the title of year-ending Masters Cup tournament. Andy Murray started the year at 11 and is now enjoying his career-high ranking at 4. No doubt, Andy Murray will look to get more success and improve in ranking. However, the one and only target that he will cherish for is nothing but winning a grand slam title in what he will turn into a mega star in Britain. Now, let us see if Andy Murray can really win a grand slam title.

(This entry was originally posted in this blog on Monday, December 1st, 2008 and the information is based on that time.)

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