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  • Narendra 11:15 pm on September 11, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Andy Murray, , Joker, Murray, , , US Open   

    Rise of Andy Murray 

    After 4 shots at glory, Britain’s Andy Murray finally nailed it and how. After a sensational comeback from Joker, Murray’s inspirational last set heroics sealed the deal for him. Ever since he hit limelight losing to RF in 2008 he’s has consistently failed to end up on the Andy Murraywinning side, he has made it to last 4 on ten occasions before Monday nights victory.

     

    For my friends and me, and I guess for most people Murray was fast becoming a synonym to the word “Looser”, a someone who didn’t have the big match temperament. However, over the last 10-12 months he has grown  physically stronger and elevated his overall gameplay. Though, I’m not an expert at tennis, I guess it’s more to do with his mental and physical provess. Earlier he strugggled to knock out the big players at the key moments of a match, even Djokovic had a similar problem. But, with time and maturity ( and RF’s fading charm ) these younger men have eventually caught up. This was bound to happen, a player like Murray was too good to keep loosing for such a long period, now is his time and I foresee over the next few years he will be a formidable force. Which means there will be a three way fight for supremacy alongside Joker and Nadal ( who has made French open his own for a while now ). No disrespect to RF but we have to accept the fact that sooner or later age will win the race, though he might steal 1-2 grand slams before sun sets on him.

     

    Going back to Andy Murray, he’s now a epitaph of perseverance and hard work. It’s very easy to loose heart after the kind of loses he had at the top level but, he hung in there and delivered big time. A huge lesson for all of us, take a leaf out of Murray’s career, hang in there your time will come.

     

     

     

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    • Arvinth 11:21 pm on September 11, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Nice one mate.. Keep writing.. Plz do a write on apna kohli sir also 🙂

    • Ramya 11:36 am on September 13, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Nice article. Nicely written 🙂

  • Narendra 10:35 pm on June 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Andy Murray, , Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, , , ,   

    Decline of Roger Federer 

    I’m a rafael Nadal fan. However, the steady decline of Tennis legend, Roger Federer is irking me. The manner in which he lost today’s QF match against Tsonga ( 6-3, 7-6, 4-6, 4-6, 4-6 ) has suddenly made him appear a lesser mortal. I have never seen Federer loose a game from such a position of strength, I still can’t believe that he actually lost that match. I’m not an expert of Tennis however, I can clearly see his game has taken a beating, during his peak between 2004-08federer his down the ground shots were like magic, they used to sizzle past the baseline. Now all that is gone, his backhand seems to have weakened and ball keeps flying away. Such a pity.

    Federer’s match-up against Nadal has always been lopsided so, when Rafa bamboozled Roger during the French Open, 2008 ( 6-1, 6-0, 6-3 ) final, the first signs of Roger’s decline surfaced but, the very next year Roger lifted his game. However, this time around the scene looks lot different, emergence of players like Djokovic , Murray and few others have hugely dented his chances of winning a Grand slam in future. It’s sad to see the decline of Roger but, all’s not over yet he’s a fighter and a Champion, I strongly believe he will surprise us before sun sets on him. It won’t be easy, at 30 all would agree that only few years of  top class Tennis is left in him but we would love to see him win few more slams. cheers to Roger.

     
    • Sheryll 11:31 pm on June 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      well said, Narendra! It was disappointing to watch but like you said, he will surprise us with another grand slam. It will happen, and if it doesnt, he does have 16 grand slam wins to boast about. I am, and will always be a fan of the great Roger Federer!

    • Marija sKeri 11:39 pm on June 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      mmm no matter was he so good or not, or to be honest or not, my cheers will never go to Federer. I don’t find him good as a player and good as a person. Nadal, Djokovic, Baghdatis, even Tsonga are guys with something special! They have positive charisma and they should be on top

      • Sheryll 11:56 pm on June 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        I would question his game today against Tsonga, but never his character as you say you don’t find him a good person. He has a charity, which helps children in Africa, for example. He raises money for his charity. It’s hard to judge a person’s character by just watching them on TV. He is that good to have captured the number 1 title for so long.
        I am not a fan of Djokovic but I would never trash-talk him in anyway.

    • Marija sKeri 4:30 pm on June 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      I didn’t trash-talk him, I said impression I have about him. I understand that you are fun of Roger but don’t exaggerate. They are all having charities or are involved in one or another way. I am not even fun of Djokovic, as his character doesn’t suit me as well. He was good in tennis once (and I didn’t like him then too) and he is not any more. Now there are better players I find more charismatic and more interesting to follow.

    • Narendra 4:44 pm on June 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      @Sheryl & Marija : Peace 🙂

    • Single Malt Monkey 10:30 pm on June 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Tsonga played well. I think big Rog will quit when he wins one more….at the top… and he doesn’t need the stress.

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