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    April 14, 2017 /  Tennis, Uncategorized

    Ivan Lendl dan Andy Murray

    Once finished resistance Novak Djokovic in the final of Wimbledon 2013, Andy Murray celebrates victory with a ride into the stands and hugged his coach, Ivan Lendl.
    Former Republic became the first to get a thank you from the Murray.
    This can be understood as due to the cold hands of Lendl, Murray turned into one of the most formidable players in the world.
    The results are two trophies won Grand Slam, the U.S. Open and Click Wimbledon, Sunday (07/07).
    Title at Wimbledon has a special meaning because Murray end Britain’s drought by champion at Wimbledon that has lasted 77 years.
    Click the expectations are very big, which is placed on the shoulders of Murray can be overcome, and he won three straight sets against Djokovic, the world number one at the moment.
    Murray and Lendl have in common.
    They are two players in the world are equally failed to win in the first four Grand Slam finals.
    Experience champion
    So, Lendl knows very well how it feels when Murray seemed powerless against an opponent in the final of the Australian Open or Wimbledon.
    Though Murray never faced an opponent he defeated in a non-Grand Slam tournament. But once down in the tournament, Murray aura immediately seemed to fade.
    This situation changed with Lendl asked Murray to fully believe that Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Djokovic also defeated in a Grand Slam tournament.
    The confidence to change the style and approach of Murray.
    He is now more common, more often ran up to the net, and hit your opponent. Attempts to inject a winning mentality Murray brain has resulted.
    Murray’s former coach Miles Maclagan, said counsel as he is already been conveyed to Murray.
    “What is said Lendl told Murray was frequently mentioned,” Maclagan said to the media in the UK.
    “The difference is the advice Lendl may seem more meaningful because it was issued by a person who had won eight Grand Slam tournaments,” said Maclagan.

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