Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor
The Andy Murray tennis style and technique has won him 25 out of 26 tennis matches, and shows promise in Paris as long as his recent injury does not hinder him. Outside of a gluteal muscle strain, the No. 3 seed is feeling fit and match ready, although I’m sure that the fatigue of a full year of tennis tournaments is taking its toll on his body—and every other professional tennis players body as well.
Ahead of Roger Federer in the ATP rankings, Murray is confident and mentally prepared to play the mental game and strive for a victorious outcome for the final match of the BNP Paribas Masters in Paris, France.
The Andy Murray Tennis Style and Technique Ready for Action
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The Paris Masters comes at a time when most of the top players are clinging on to the last vestiges of their fitness after a long and gruelling season.
The final Masters Series event of the season has not been the most productive tournament for Andy Murray over the years, but the Scot has arrived here in good shape and determined to build on the best winning run of his career.
Having won three titles in a row, in Bangkok, Tokyo and Shanghai, the world No 3 would love to continue his winning run in his last two events, this week and then at the season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, which begin at the O2 Arena in London in 12 days’ time.
“The last few years, after the US Open, I haven’t necessarily played my best,” Murray said last night. “I had an injury a couple of years ago and then last year I didn’t play particularly well in Valencia or here, although I played well at the O2.
“I wanted to make sure that I made the most of the last few months [of the season]. Physically I’ve felt fresh and that also helps. Maybe the last few years I’ve been coming into this stretch feeling a bit like: ‘Let’s just try and get through the last few tournaments without any injuries.’
“Now I actually feel good, barring what happened last week. That was just a freak thing. My body feels pretty good, so that’s why I set the goals to try and win as many matches as possible and finish as high in the rankings as possible. If I can do that then it’s a step in the right direction.” Click here to visit the original source of this post
With goals and aspirations to finish the 2011 season with a bang, the Andy Murray tennis style and technique will play a role in meeting his opponents with the best of his ability. All I can say is, “watch out for injuries” which seem to be plaguing these athletes who push their bodies to the limits as they battle it out for tennis court supremacy.