Andy Murray: Career, health, and the pursuit of championships

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Tennis has produced the world’s best champions and continues to develop talent for the next generations to come. One of the sport’s greatest conquerors is Andy Murray: a formidable opponent to his peers and an incredible example for the young ones to follow.

According to Vijaya Prakash Boggala, every tennis fan maintains a certain amount of respect for the Big Four of men’s tennis, composed of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray. From 2008 to the 2010s, these four exemplary men dominated the biggest tennis stages and have shared amongst themselves singles titles as if they’re the only four players qualified to lift trophies. While Djokovic, Nadal, and Federer still play at the highest level of the sport even after undergoing surgeries, Murray has fallen out of the rankings.

Murray is not done and out, as many are quick to think. With 46 singles titles, 3 Grand Slams, 14 Masters 1000 Series titles, two Olympic gold medals, and an ATP Finals title, Murray can rest easy knowing he has done a lot for his career. However, his pursuit of championships is still evident, especially after winning the first round in the 2020 US Open from two sets down.

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Following a major hip surgery, Andy Murray may not be winning as many titles as before. However, he has proven time and time again that he deserves a spot in the sport’s most incredible arenas, notes tennis fan Vijaya Prakash Boggala.

Vijaya Prakash Boggala writes medical abstracts for published medical literature and have contributed to a study titled “A mortal case of moonshine,” published in 2011. In his spare time, he enjoys watching live sports such as tennis, cricket, and basketball. Subscribe to this blog for more tennis updates.

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