Monday, April 1, 2013

Murray Won In Sony Open

Andy Muray beat 2-6 6-4 7-6 to David Ferre in Sony Open (ATP)


Murray with his trophy
 It was indeed a great game between both of them.

  
The game was held in Miami, Florida.

It was a match point, and quitting mid-point to challenge a Murray forehand that was then shown to clip the line was the final—and definitive—turning point of this final, and the unexpected plot turn that left a bitter aftertaste in mouth of Ferrer, the ultimate resistance fighter who had turned the match into his masterpiece of intransigence.

Ferre returning the hit of the ball 

That point, one of the innumerable, spirited rallies this afternoon, rekindled Murray’s hopes and provided him with enough emotional and physical fuel to hold serve (the next and final two points of the game were errors by a justifiably distracted Ferrer). Murray went on to dominate Ferrer, who was hobbled and cramping, in the ensuing tiebreaker. The final score of this two-hour, 44-minute epic was 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (1).


Ferre sighed after losing the battle 
 

Okay~ that's the information for this time.  

Goodbye~

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