Andy Murray Beats Zverev To Reach Qatar Quarters
February 23, 2023
Andy Murray is playing some truly beautiful tennis on his latest glory bid.
Sometimes one shot stays so memorable that it becomes a signature.
Often in Murray’s glittering career, it has been the lob.
Quite simply, nobody lobs better than Andy.
But against Sascha Zverev, Murray produced a drop shot so perfect and timely than it transceneded everything else.
With a dreamy caress of his racquet, he made the ball fade away from the sprawling German to leave the return impossible.
And that single, exquisite execution helped the Scot to break just when it mattered in the third set.
He served out to clinch a 7-6 (7-5), 2-6, 7-5 victory and now plays the little-known French qualifier, Alexandre Muller. Can he win the tournament now?
Andy Murray can go deep at Wimbledon 2023 this year too!
His fitness and form suggest that everything is coming together to make this an epic summer at the Brit’s home Slam.
For Zverev, there is still a question mark against his mental strength when the pressure is high.
He failed to serve out the first set. And even though he hit back with an emphatic second, you always felt Murray would win the psychological battle eventually.
Andy Murray is loving every single moment in the spotlight after so long out with his hip injury.
Zverev is also on his way back from injury – and there will be better times ahead for him.
But for now let’s just marvel at another amazing Murray three-set victory.
Andy Murray is in good enough shape to handle five sets at Wimbledon 2023!
He said after his latest victory: ‘I managed to stay strong, keep fighting and get the break at the end.’
And the sheer beauty of Murray’s tennis on the way to that crucial break was something to behold.
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