Sunday, June 20, 2010

Andy Murray bounces back to defeat Igor Kunitsyn in Barclays Dubai Championships

Bystaff Published: 10:59PM GMT twenty-two February 2010

Andy Murray bounces behind to better Igor Kunitsyn in Barclays Dubai Championships On the ball: Andy Murray won his initial diversion given his better to Roger Federer in Melbourne Photo: EPA

The third seed, personification his initial compare given the Australian Open final, kick the Russian qualifier, ranked a squalid 90th in the world, 6-2 6-3 in 1hr 41min.

The British No 1 took roughly a month off following his exertions in Melbourne, where he lost to Roger Federer in the showpiece, opting not to urge his pretension in Rotterdam that cost him his universe No 3 ranking and afterwards pulling out of the eventuality in Marseille, most to the exasperation of the contest organisers.

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And, whilst not at his best, Murray, who has reached the quarter-finals on both his prior appearances in Dubai, was frequency tested on his lapse to the court.

"I was essentially unequivocally out of breath early in the match," Murray said, adding that he has frequency lerned given he lost to Federer. "I havent practised that most or lerned that much, so the second [25-minute] diversion was incredibly long."

Murray dismissed down thirteen aces, but managed to get usually 52 per cent of initial serves in 60 per cent in the initial and only 45 in the second.

Murray pennyless to go 2-0 up after a huge second game, in the future shutting out the diversion at the ninth time of asking, and from there never looked in critical trouble.

Kunitsyn got on the house to have it 3-1 but Murray pennyless again at 5-2, bringing up set point with a sepulchral forehand, to take the opening set.

The Scot forsaken his offer in the initial diversion of the second, handing it to Kunitsyn with a stand in fault. Murray pennyless true back, though, and pennyless again to go 4-2 in front.

The Scot afterwards saved a mangle point pleasantness of an unreturned initial offer prior to shutting out the second set 6-3.


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