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Will Andy Murray Back Up His Desire To Take the No. 1 Ranking?

Andy Murray has spent a decade chasing after three of the biggest legends in tennis history. They were the exclusive triumvirate, winning gluts of Grand Slam titles and keeping special guard over their rights to the No. 1 ranking. Ten years ago, young Murray and everyone else in the world outside of Mallorca was in awe of Roger Federer’s explosive all-courts game, his fluid forehand and attacking style.
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