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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

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In the “Murray-Lendl” Combo, Things are Looking Okay

Andy Murray and Ivan Lendl are perfectly satisfied to keep their coaching relationships from getting too intense by working part-time together. The Scot ranked fourth in the world has confirmed that while he won't have Lendl in his corner at every event, the pair do keep in communication.

"I speak to him after every match," said Murray after going down in the weekend Dubai final to Roger Federer. "I was never going to do the whole schedule with him."

 

Getting Ready for Indian Wells

Daily Tennis News mentioned last week that the Los Angeles Tennis Center-UCLA is a popular place for pros to have some “hits.” And that was the case on Monday, as World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and No. 8 Mardy Fish worked out. For Fish, who lives near the Westwood campus, it was like playing at his own court.

 

 

It’s On to the US and Tough Masters Events

A few nights ago Andy Murray was looking ahead with optimism despite going down 7-5, 6-4 to Roger Federer in the Dubai Championships final. Both the finalist and the champion were boarding planes in the emirate for flights to the US - Federer to New York for Monday night’s exhibition and Murray to Los Angeles.

The first Masters 1000 of the season is underway in the Californian desert at Indian Wells and both men will be boosted by confidence in one form or another. "Overall it was a good week," said Murray, who was riding a wave of confidence after beating world No. 1 Novak Djokovic in a high-profile semi-final.

 

Roddick Had a Good Evening in New York

Andy Roddick feels good after defeating Roger Federer in their New York exhibition match. He defeated his long-time adversary  7-5, 7-6(7) before 18,000 fans.

Earlier on the exhibition card, Maria Sharapova defeated Caroline Wozniacki 6-3, 6-4.

 

 


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Acapulco
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Dubai

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Acapulco
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Indian Wells

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Indian Wells

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