Wimbledon 2016 news and predictions recently stated that 29-year-old British tennis player Andy Murray might be the first Brit to win multiple titles in Wimbledon tournaments since the 1930s.
Andy Murray defeated Liam Broady with 6-2, 6-3, 6-4 within an hour. The record seemed to be usual for the British ace based from his 77 percent service points and erased only two break points.
“I hit the ball pretty clean today. I served well, too. That was pleasing. Got a lot of free points on my serve,” Murray said.
He told Telegraph about his delivered promise to start an efficient fortnight. “Yeah, I did. In any tournament it’s important, when you have a chance to win a match quickly, to do it,” he cited.
“It’s not always that easy. The French Open was tough for me. I had a couple of long matches to start the tournament,” Murray continued.
With his winning, he appeared to be more comfortable in the Centre Court grass while moving and returning well against Broady. Thus, the two-time Grand Slam tournament champion has to play better in the next set of events and win this season’s trophy against strongest and fiercest tennis players around the world.
Throughout the Wimbledon 2016 events, Andy Murray needed to prove something of himself and play the games like the way he played against Broady – defeating a strong opponent in an hour was indeed stunning and surprising.
If he played strategically aggressive consistently, he might be the first British man to win multiple Wimbledon titles after Australia’s Fred Perry in 1934 to 1936.
In the next game, he will face Taipei’s Yen-Hsun Lu who defeated Russian Alexander Kudryavtsev with 6-4. 6-1, 6-4.
Lu is labelled as No. 76 in the Emirates ATP Rankings and already pulled off Wimbledon upsets. He also won two events this month and 14 of 15 of his matches, according to ATP World Tour.
“He plays well on the grass. It will be a really, really tough match, and a good taste for me early in the event. I’ll need to perform well,” Murray mentioned.
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