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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Murray Reaching the Second Queen's Club title

British number one tennis player, Andy Murray, grabbed his second after the Queen's Club tournament in the final set to win the rubber 3-6, 7-6 (7 / 2), 6-4 win over fifth seed from France, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Monday (13 / 6 / 11). Thus, Murray, who also won this Wimbledon warm up event in 2009, becoming the first player from Britain who twice lifted the trophy Queen's since Francis Gordon Lowe grabbed his second of three title in 1914.

In addition, ATP title this be the first for Murray in 2011 after he beat Roger Federer at the Shanghai Masters last October. For its success, the Murray is entitled to get a check for 77,500 euros.

However, the most important of the results in this tournament is, Murray has a good capital to face Wimbledon on 20 June. Ranked fourth in the world is sure to have greater self confidence again, so he could record in grand slam history lawn later, in front of his supporters.

Actually, Murray came to this west London with a ligament injury worries enkel he sustained when the French Open. However, second seed can pass through all obstacles, including Tsonga, who get rid of top seed Rafael Nadal.

"Tsonga look different in the first two sets. He was so fun to watch," Murray said after the match.

"He used variations of service, and more aggressive. But I managed to overcome them by doing a break.

"Engkelku been much better. It's become a fun one week, which I experienced in a tour. I love it."

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