An interesting take on Andy Murray’s value to the tennis tour
For seventy-six years, Britain was starved of a male Grand Slam Champion. As each passing year came all eyes and hopes turned to Wimbledon and Tim Henman, however he ultimately fell short in each of his four semifinals. He fared no better in his French and US Open semifinals. John Lloyd and Greg Rusedski fared one better reaching the Australian and US Open finals respectively, however both ended up looking on as their opponents lifted the illustrious trophies aloft. All this changed when a young Scotsman from Dunblane burst onto the scene. The rest as they say, is history.
Born within a generation blessed with three of the greatest players of all time in Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic is easy to overlook the achievements of Andy Murray. Scotland and Britain’s own son, in an era of such world-class talent, has shown his own world-class abilities. It took time for…
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