June 11, 2022
Andy Murray is right where he wants to be in the build-up to Wimbledon 2022.
He just beat world number five Stefanos Tsitsipas in straight sets in Stuttgart.
It was his first win over such a highly-ranked player since 2016!
Now Murray plays his friend and rival Nick Kyrgios in the semi-final in Germany.
Andy Murray could go all the way at Wimbledon 2022 on this kind of form.
He has won the tournament twice already. Now he is playing some of the very best on grass and thriving.
This is exactly why Andy went through all those years of pain and rehabilitation due to hip resurfacing.
He has timed his comeback to perfection and now the hard work is paying dividends.
And that is perfect news for Wimbledon 2022 in Centenary Year.
Now the Centre Court crowd won’t just welcome Murray to say goodbye to a legend.
They will be cheering on a hero with a very real chance of winning Wimbledon 2022!
Over in Germany, it was a particularly sweet victory against Tsitsipas.
You may remember Andy berated the Greek for taking an excessively long toilet break during their early clash at the US Open.
The tactic worked for Tsitsipas, who came back to win in five sets. But it left a sour taste at the time.
Murray avenged that defeat in style on Friday.
He held his nerve under intense pressure towards the end of the first set in Stuttgart.
More than once, Andy was only two points from losing the opener, but he held his nerve and served his way out of trouble.
Indeed Murray won an impressive 82 per cent of his first-serve points during this upset.
His resilience forced a first-set tie-break and Murray showed the necessary patience and ruthlessness when it mattered.
His backhand cross-court pass under pressure to break in the second showed which player had the superior determination.
The brave-heart Scot eventually came through 7-6 (7-4), 6-3 to the delight of his cheering supporters.
And the idea of playing his close friend Nick Kyrgios in the semi-final is one he will relish.
Murray is 5-1 ahead in their personal clashes. But Kyrgios took a victory the last time they met at Queen’s in 2018.
Andy Murray versus Nick Kyrgios at Wimbledon 2022 would create an electric atmosphere on Centre Court!
The Australian loves to play the villain, but Murray has always understood and liked this complex character.
So their contest in Germany is going to be attractive.
And at Wimbledon 2022 it would be a box-office sensation!
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It’s going to be an incredible occasion.
Even more so now that Andy Murray is in such sparkling form and threatening to go deep!
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