Andy Murray is the King of Queen’s

Cordon Press

BRITISH number one Andy Murray took the Queen’s Club title on Sunday after beating Kevin Anderson in straight sets in little over an hour.
Sunday at the Queen’s Club in London was a day Andy Murray will not forget in a hurry. After having to finish off Viktor Troicki in the rain-delayed semi-final earlier that day, he went on to face the giant 6’8” frame of Anderson and his powerful serving game.
He needn’t have worried, however. In a match he controlled from the beginning, Murray played superbly to deconstruct the big man’s game, taking the first set 6-3 and the second 6-4, which lead to him walking away with the silverware in under 65 minutes.
Murray put his success at Queen’s down to focusing on the moment and playing each shot as if he needed to win the day, as opposed to concentrating on grand slam tournaments, and saw his game improve through the week as a result.
The British number one now joins the legendary John McEnroe and Boris Becker as a four-time Queen’s Club champion, and looks forward to Wimbledon where he hopes to repeat his effort of two years ago.


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