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Andy Murray Becomes One Of The Fearsome Foursome In Tennis

It has been 2 weeks since Andy Murray surprised the world with his first grand slam victory at the U.S. Open. Murray has worked hard and paid his dues to get to that grand slam win. He started off this season ranked 4th in the world behind Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer. It is extraordinary how this 2012 campaign has unfolded. Tennis could not have planned it better had they tried. Djokovic, ranked #1 at the start would go onto win the first Grand Slam tournament when he ruled supreme at the Australian Open. Rafael Nadal began the season ranked #2 and won the second Grand Slam tournament at the French Open. Roger Federer was ranked #3 and yes (you are seeing the trend now) he won the third Grand Slam tournament at Wimbledon.

Enter Andy Murray who entered the season ranked #4. You guessed it, he gets his Grand Slam at the U.S. Open. Now the rankings are different with Federer, Djokovic, Murray and Nadal rounding out the top 4. Nadal is out for the rest of the year because his knees are acting up again. There is something special about Murray following up his Olympic Gold Medal with his first Grand Slam that puts shivers down a tennis fans back. It has taken three quarters of a century for a tennis player from Britain to win a Grand Slam and Murray is that player.

These 4 tennis players have made this a memorable season and it is not over yet for at least 3 of them. We look forward to the future with great expectations. Until we meet again, may your betting be better and remember to always be a good sport.

It has been 2 weeks since Andy Murray surprised the world with his first grand slam victory at the U.S. Open. Murray has worked hard and paid his dues to get to that grand slam win. He started off this season ranked 4th in the world behind Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer. It is extraordinary how this 2012 campaign has unfolded. Tennis could not have planned it better had they tried. Djokovic, ranked #1 at the start would go onto win the first Grand Slam tournoment when he ruled supreme at the Australian Open. Rafael Nadal began the season ranked #2 and won the second Grand Slam tournament at the French Open. Roger Federer was ranked #3 and yes (you are seeing the trend now) he won the third Grand Slam tournament at Wimbledon.

Enter Andy Murray who entered the season ranked #4. You guessed it, he gets his Grand Slam at the U.S. Open. Now the rankings are different with Federer, Djokovic, Murray and Nadal rounding out the top 4. Nadal is out for the rest of the year because his knees are acting up again. There is something special about Murray following up his Olympic Gold Medal with his first Grand Slam that puts shivers down a tennis fans back. It has taken three quarters of a century for a tennis player from Britain to win a Grand Slam and Murray is that player.

These 4 tennis players have made this a memorable season and it is not over yet for at least 3 of them. We look forward to the future with great expectations. Until we meet again, may your betting be better and remember to always be a good sport.

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