Murray has endured worst start to a year by world No. 1 since Sampras in 1999.
After months of disappointment and a lack of motivation, Andy Murray is counting on the French Open to turn his season around
PARIS, May 24 (Reuters) - Britain's Andy Murray, who has suffered a dip in form this year, said on Wednesday it had been hard at times for him to stay motivated since he became world number one last year.
Andy Murray's attack of shingles this year may have been more of a factor in his recent struggles than has been acknowledged, according to his friend Tim Henman.
The Briton has suffered with injury this year.
May 23 (Reuters) - When the ATP Race standings were updated this week Andy Murray, the world number one, languished down at 13th.
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May 22 (Gracenote) - Standings from the ATP Tour singles Points 1 (1) Andy Murray(Britain) 10370 2 (2) Novak Djokovic(Serbia) 7445 3 (3) Stan Wawrinka(Switzerland) 5445 4 (4) Rafa Nadal(Spain) 5375 5 (5) Roger Federer(Switzerland) 5035 6 (6) Milos Raonic(Canada) 4360 7 (7) Dominic Thiem(Austria)
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World No 2 Novak Djokovic expects Stan Wawrinka and Andy Murray to lift their game at the French Open despite failing to make an impact so far in the clay court season.
May 19 (Reuters) - World number two Novak Djokovic expects Stan Wawrinka and Andy Murray to lift their game at the French Open despite failing to make an impact so far in the clay court season.
Andy Murray will be ready to challenge for Roland Garros despite his poor recent form, nine-time French Open champion Rafa Nadal has predicted ahead of his Italian Open last 16 match.
May 18 (Reuters) - World number one Andy Murray will be ready for Roland Garros despite his poor recent form, nine-time French Open champion Rafa Nadal has said.
You need to go back to 2008 to find a season in which Murray has, by his standards, made such a poor start. So where is it going wrong for the world No 1, who last year carried it all before him?
Great Britain No 2 Kyle Edmund followed world No 1 Andy Murray out of the Internazionali BNL d'Italia after a straight-sets defeat in his clash against Juan Martin del Potro in Rome.
Andy Murray fell to Fabio Fognini yesterday in his second-round match at the Italian Open, 6-2, 6-4. While Fognini’s multifaceted game is much bigger than his No. 29 ranking might suggest—he’s one of two people to take a set off Rafael Nadal this clay season—that’s little solace for Murray, who was upset by… Read more...
Andy Murray's slump deepens.