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2013 Wimbledon Final – Djokovic vs Murray Predictions

Posted on 7 Jul, 2013, by in Tennis

If there was any doubt, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic prove by meeting for the third time in four Grand Slam tournaments in the final, proving that this is the real mega rivalry at the moment in the world of Tennis, with the Brit trying to become the first in almost 80 years to win the tournament, while the world’s number one tried to cement his place as the greatest player in recent years and the foreseeable future. More

Novak Djokovic, First Three Times in a Row Australian Open Champion

Posted on 27 Jan, 2013, by in Tennis

The better player didn’t have the best of starts, but eventually, he won. Novak Djokovic continued his reign in Melbourne by becoming the first player in the Open era to win the Australian Open three consecutive times, beating Andy Murray in four sets despite dropping the first one. More

Australian Open Final – Djokovic vs Murray Predictions

Posted on 26 Jan, 2013, by in Tennis

When this final repeats and comes back again, it’s safe to say that the rivalry between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic is now the number one on the ATP Tour, and naturally was the one we expected and deserved to see in the first Grand Slam title match of the season, the 2013 Australian Open Final. More

Novak Djokovic – The Favorite Going into the Australian Open

Posted on 9 Jan, 2013, by in Tennis

It wasn’t a super-dominant year for Novak Djokovic in 2012, but he was still on top of the ATP rankings when the season ended. Heading into the first Grand Slam of 2013 he’s favorite to win. More

Tennis Big Four Bragging Rights

Posted on 26 Oct, 2012, by in Tennis

Does Andy Murray have anything to be proud of? Sure, he has a Grand Slam title and an Olympic gold medal. But when he’s compared with Novak Djokovic, who has won five in a career that began at the same time, it doesn’t look as impressive. And when you throw Rafael Nadal into the discussion, with 11, it doesn’t look fair. All that dwarfs in comparison to Roger Federer, with 17. More

Novak Djokovic – Tennis’ Best Player Back at Number One

Posted on 15 Oct, 2012, by in Tennis

Saving five match points was just another day at the office for Novak Djokovic, enjoying a fantastic time and form during the Asian part of the 2012 Tennis Season, heading into the final stretch as the number one player in the world. More

Aftermath of the Djokovic – Murray US Open Final

Posted on 11 Sep, 2012, by in Featured

It seems hard to comprehend and utter the words, even write them down. Andy Murray, US Open Champion, Grand Slam champion. It took four previous Grand Slam final failures, three against Roger Federer and one against Novak Djokovic to get the 25 year old Brit to where he is. It might have taken longer than anticipated, but there’s no doubt he finally earned to be ranked among the world’s top 4. More

Andy Murray, Finally a Grand Slam Champion

Posted on 10 Sep, 2012, by in Tennis

After winning the gold medal in London, it seemed like this was the year Andy Murray finally comes through on his Grand Slam promise. After five topsy turvy hours inside the Arthur Ashe stadium against a stubborn and never ending Novak Djokovic, the 25 year old Scot won his first major, becoming the first British player since Fred Perry in 1936 to do it. More

2012 US Open Final – Djokovic vs Murray Predictions

Posted on 10 Sep, 2012, by in Tennis

For just the third time in their career, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic will face off in a Grand Slam Final. If we’re to judge and predict the outcome of this one based on their Grand Slam encounters (0-2 to Djokovic) and their ability in the 2012 US Open so far, this one should be another title for the Nole. More

Novak Djokovic Wins Sony Ericsson Open With That Extra Gear Andy Murray Doesn’t Have

Posted on 1 Apr, 2012, by in Tennis

Novak Djokovic isn’t undefeated like he was at this point in 2011, but not everything changes. For the third time in his career, the world number 1 won the Masters in Miami, beating Andy Murray 6-1, 7-6, reminding everyone that despite his losses in Dubai and Indian Wells, he’s still the best player in the world right now. More