Monday, September 05, 2011

Andy Murray float by asymmetrical Feliciano Lopez win

Posted by Admin On 10:48 AM

Andy Murray was appreciative for an evening free of drama as he cruises past Feliciano Lopez to reach the fourth round of the US Open under the lights on Arthur Ashe Stadium. The world number four had desirable to come from two sets down to beat big-hitting Dutchman Robin Haase in round two but he could not have made a better start on Sunday night, winning the first 14 points and not plummeting a point on his serve in a one-sided first set.
The second was much tighter, with Lopez, who Murray had fall only one set to in five previous matches, finding some form but an premature seventh double fault gave his adversary the vital break in the ninth game and he eased to a 6-1 6-4 6-2 victory. Murray said:It was better. They were very tough situation at the start as well. It was attractive windy. I had to get the feet going early.
When you can get an early smash it can kind of set the tone for the rest of the match. Tonight that was the case.And it was significant because obviously, after having a long match the other day, especially playing late at night, if you don't have to play a three or four-hour match (it's much better) because it's not that easy to get well.
Murray also played left-hander Lopez in the quarter-finals at Wimbledon and the consequence was just as forceful, with the Scot flourishing against his rival's aggressive game.He's not an easy guy to play against,said Murray of the 25th seed.The second set he had a few chances, I had quite a few chances. He makes it very hard for guys because he comes up with big serves.


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