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Andy Murray Signs ‘Bad Year’ On TV Camera After Win Over Grigor Dimitrov

Andy Murray Signs ‘Bad Year’ On TV Camera After Win Over Grigor Dimitrov

Andy Murray today booked his place in the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals with a win over Grigor Dimitrov to reach the quarter-finals of the Paris Open.

It’s a strong end to a difficult season for Murray which saw him drop out of the top four players in the world after failing to defend any of his titles from 2013.

Murray has found it difficult to recover from the back surgery he underwent last September but has put together an impressive run of form over the last six weeks to qualify for the World Tour Finals in London this week.

The Scot also had to contend with the loss of coach Ivan Lendl and new appointment of former women’s world No1 Amelie Mauresmo.

And after today’s 6-3 6-3 victory over Bulgarian Dimitrov, Murray summed up his year in two words he signed on the TV camera lens: “Bad Year”.

 

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