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Andy Murray of Great Britain dries off with a towel and poses with a fan after a swim in the ocean after his three set victory against David Ferrer of Spain during their final match at the Sony Open at Crandon Park Tennis Center. Andy Murray apparently has time for fans, no matter where they turn up.-TO
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Andy Murray fan? Read The Times Magazine London? Like shirtless Brit boys? WELL, TODAY IS YOUR LUCKY DAY!
The Times Magazine has what they're calling the Miami champ's "most revealing interview yet" with this photo of a bare chested, sweaty (or artificially lubed), moley, barely conscious Muzz kicking off the article. Get it? But, what what they won't be...
In a grueling duel that raised questions about where pro tennis wants to go, Andy Murray won the Sony Open for the second time, claiming a 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (1) victory over Spain's David Ferrer.
This was not a classic. Neither man played well enough for that. But given the slow speed of the court, the strings that have changed the way the game is played and the fact Murray and...
Even from the cheap seats, the ones with a lovely view of the Miami skyline, a thud reverberated when Andy Murray angrily whacked his tennis bag with his racket.
Murray was miffed after losing the first set of Friday's semifinal at the Sony Open. But he found no further need to punish his equipment, rallying past a gimpy Richard Gasquet 6-7 (3), 6-1, 6-2.
By Amy Fetherolf (March 31, 2013) MIAMI — World No. 3 Andy Murray came out on top in a match more full of twists and turns than a mystery novel, beating World No. 5 David Ferrer, 2-6, 6-4, 7-6(1) to win his second Miami title. The first set flew by, Murray hitting an astonishing 30 [...]
CBS cut away from the dramatic conclusion of the Sony Open men's final on Sunday, switching to the tipoff of the NCAA tournament game between Michigan and Florida.
Andy Murray rallied past David Ferrer 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (1), and the network ended its telecast when the third set went to the tiebreaker. Tennis Channel televised the end of the final, and CBS later showed a replay of...
Andy Murray poses with the Sony Open winner’s trophy
By Jane Voigt
MIAMI, FL (March 31, 2013) — A pit bull is the wrong image for David Ferrer. He is tenacious, but not mean. His speaks softly, at least in English. And when he talks about his tennis friends, he speaks kindly of them.
Under his pleasant demeanor, though, David Ferrer is the biggest fighter on tour with a deep...
Will the division of hardware be the same in Miami as it was in Shanghai?
A clear line of demarcation separates the encounters between David Ferrer and Andy Murray by surface. While the world No. 5 has reigned supreme over their rivalry on clay, the world No. 3 has dictated the terms of their matches on outdoor hard courts. Most notable of those was the straight-sets final that...
April 1, 2013 — The Sony Open may be over, but Tennis Grandstand’s stream of photos from the event is not. Below are all the photos we missed the first time around that are definitely worth a look.
We feature Andy Murray, Andrea Petkovic, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Ajla Tomljanovic, Caroline Wozniacki, Marion Bartoli, Rhyne Williams, Benoit Paire, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Feliciano...
Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray have dominated the hardcourt season.
As the ATP tour descends with wrathful inevitability upon the clay of southern Europe and elsewhere – indeed the WTA has already made the switch – the time seems appropriate to look back at the prolonged hardcourt season just ended, the one that began in Atlanta last July, and concluded just a few days ago...