Found October 17, 2011 on Busted Racquet:
With Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer sitting out the Asian swing and Rafael Nadal full of self-doubt, Andy Murray has stepped up to take over the fall season. The Scotsman was able to take his chance during the Asian Tour and claimed a trifecta of ATP titles: a 250 in Bangkok, a 500 in Tokyo and a 1000 of Shanghai. Beyond the fact that he won a lot of points and moved ahead of Roger Federer to No. 3 in the rankings, he boosted his confidence level for the rest of this season and beyond. I've always been vocal about how nothing replaces wins. Just ask Novak Djokovic. His amazing streak started by winning smaller matches and then a Davis Cup. These little wins lead to bigger wins. It's a circle that leads to outstanding strength. Though he hasn't been playing a fully-stacked field and has some derisively calling him Mr. October, Andy fully deserves credit for these victories. Winning three tournaments requires a lot of focus and will. In the past, he has sometimes lost ...
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