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TOO WEIRD. Murray finally beats a top5 after 6 months!
TOO WEIRD. Murray finally beats a top5 after 6 months!
16-Nov-16 Mark Hall 
 

Andy didn’t beat a top player for a long time.

 
 
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Andy Murray is the deserving world no.1, but interesting enough till yesterday (when he defeated Nishikori), the Brit hasn’t beaten a top5 player since the middle of May!

How is this possible?

Andy’s path hasn’t crossed with any top5 since playing Djokovic in May in the Roland Garros final, and his latest win against a top5 was in the semi-final of the same tournament when he defeated Wawrinka 6-4 6-2 4-6 6-2.

Murray was meant to play Raonic in the Paris semifinal, but the Canadian had to retire.



 

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Fantastic digs that put things a bit in perspective. Andy deserves to be the world no.1, but probably he took advantage from the lack of a proper competition.
I completely agree that he deserves the no.1 spot, but we should also concede that Andy got the world no.1 only after the other 3 (Federer, Nadal and Djokovic faded in the same moment.
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Mark2092
 
He ha also a 4-4 win loss record in the year against top5 players. Interesting
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Robert
 
Fantastic digs that put things a bit in perspective. Andy deserves to be the world no.1, but probably he took advantage from the lack of a proper competition.
 Reply 17-Nov-2016
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