Andy Murray - Spoiler

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    yeah! i watched it! he is on fire!!
    oz open next, he must be atleast 2nd favourite


    yeah! i watched it! he is on fire!!oz open next, he must be atleast 2nd … yeah! i watched it! he is on fire!!oz open next, he must be atleast 2nd favourite

    he is actually the favourite for it

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    moob, u suck, lol seriously, was gonna watch this later on, safe for … moob, u suck, lol seriously, was gonna watch this later on, safe for ruining it!

    Sorry, but didn't think it was a spoiler. You suck too! :lol:


    That's 9 titles in a mere 3 years - at age 21. Hopefully Wimbledon next!

    Andy Murray successfully defended his Qatar Open crown with a majestic straight-sets win over Andy Roddick.

    The impressive Scot, showing no ill-effects from a back injury that saw him require treatment in his semi-final win over Roger Federer, triumphed 6-4 6-2.

    The British number one broke Roddick to go 3-2 up in the opening set and was never troubled after that.

    He controlled the second set with two consecutive breaks of serve and soon clinched his ninth career title.

    There were fears before the game that Murray would have to pull out of the match because of the back problem with the Australian Open due to start in just over a week's time.

    But from the start Murray looked focused and showed the form which gave him victory in an exhibition event in Abu Dhabi last week and which now has him as the favourite to triumph in the year's first Grand Slam in Melbourne.

    After a couple of quiet games to start the match, he held to love to make it 2-2 and then broke his opponent to love in the next game with some neat net play and strong groundstrokes.


    Roddick tried to stay in the set but Murray controlled matters and an ace soon helped him on his way to three set points, swiftly followed by another to clinch the set.

    The American did well to hold at the start of the second set but he was unable to stop Murray breaking him in the third game with the Scot tightening his grip on the match.

    Roddick, who had only beaten Murray twice in their seven meetings before this game, struggled to hold serve and he was broken a second time as Murray edged closer to victory.

    Despite falling 0-30 on his own serve at 5-2 ahead and then seeing Roddick earn his first break point of the match, Murray recovered his composure and yet another crosscourt forehand and a backhand winner gave him victory.


    really shouldn't put sports results in titles. best change it before it annoys anybody else.
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