Wednesday, October 3, 2012
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Nadal Expected Back On The Tour In Abu Dhabi Late December
to Rafael Nadal himself, he has no idea when his troublesome left knee
will allow him to return to tennis and as of last week he still hadnít
touched a racket in his rehabilitation process. However the organizers
of the Mubadala World Tennis Championship in Abu Dhabi maintain the
Majorcan will make his comeback at their exhibition tournament,
beginning December 27.
An Energized Murray Ready For Battle In Tokyo This Week
Open champion and Olympic gold medalist Andy Murray has reassessed his
goals and ambitions now that he has won that elusive Grand Slam title.
Before his New York triumph the 25 year-old Scot viewed winning a major
as all important but in the last three weeks he has re-evaluated and
sees new targets like becoming the world no.1 and providing top level
performances in his each tournament he plays.
Abu Dhabi Grabs Six Of Top Ten Men
Mubadala World Tennis Championship exhibition in Abu Dhabi has recruited
six of the world's top 10 players, including the injured Rafael Nadal
for the December 27-29 event in Zayed Sports City. Nadal will join Andy
Murray. Novak Djokovic, David Ferrer, Tomas Berdych and Janko
Murray, A Winner Of A Major, Feels Different
Murray stepped onto the court in Tokyo for his first match since
becoming a title-winner at a major, with the Scot producing a feel-good
opening victory at the Japan Open in Tokyo. The top seed admitted that
it might take some time for his new elite tennis status to sink in after
claiming both the Olympic gold medal and the US Open crown. For right
now, it's business as usual for the No. 3, who win three straight titles
last autumn during a torrid run of form through Asia. "It doesn't feel
much different as I play now," said Murray after beating I've Karlovic.
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