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Murray ends title drought in China
28 Sep 2014 14:02
Andy Murray engineered a spectacular turnaround in the Shenzhen Open final to end his title drought.
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The Scot faced five match points in a second-set tie-break, four of them in succession from 6-2 behind, but saved them with some of his best tennis on his way to a 5-7 7-6 (11/9) 6-1 victory over Tommy Robredo, his first tournament triumph since Wimbledon last year.
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Murray will be relieved and no doubt proud to have secured his first silverware since parting ways with Ivan Lendl before the French Open and pairing up with French coach Amelie Mauresmo in June.
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Theirs has been a combination which has come under a close scrutiny which should be eased by this achievement.
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Spaniard Robredo could barely walk to the net come the end of a gruelling contest played in intense heat in southern China, with Murray's remarkably high levels of fitness being richly rewarded.
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