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Wimbledon awaits for Roger Federer Vs Andy Murray finals clash

July 7, 2012

Andy Murray, Wimbledon, Roger Federer

Andy Murray is the best player of the modern era not to have won a single Grand Slam title. It will also be his first Wimbledon finals, when he plays against Roger Federer for the title. Federer has the experience of winning as much as 16 Grand Slam titles. The crowd would be backing the home grown lad, Andy Murray to clinch his maiden Grand Slam title in front of the jam packed crowd at Wimbledon. It will be an unforgettable moment for Andy Murray.

Andy Murray has the game to unsettle the best grass court player, Roger Federer. In the past he may have been a defensive player waiting for his opponents to make mistakes, but his approach has been agressive in the championhsip so far. He has some powerful ground strokes, which can even make Roger Federer sweat. But the class of Federer might get the better out of the Brit, who has been dreaming of a Grand Slam title.

Both these players have looked in good form throughout the competition, as they have defeated the best of best players in the ATP circuit en route to the finals of the competition. Hence, both of them would be confident when they would play against one another during the finals, which may be a humdinger of a match.

But, there is a serious need for a new champion, as the ATP circuit has been primarily been dominated by three players, Djokovic, Federer and Nadal. The Spaniard, Nadal’s exit from the competition might have been best utilised by Murray, else he would clash with Nadal in the semis, where anything could have happened, including Murray’s loss. Will Nadal’s exit be Murray’s gain?

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