With Novak Djokovic rise up to the top of the ranks, Andy Murray seems to have become the forgotten man. The fourth-ranked Murray has had a very good season with an Australian Open final and semifinals at the French Open and Wimbledon, but few in the media are talking about the Scot.
Murray has won the Canadian Open the last two years in Montreal (2009) and Toronto (2010).
Murray says after feeling “flat” at the last few US Opens, this year he’s changed up his training a “little bit” to give himself a better chance in New York.
He also discusses his season, his coaching situation, Federer turning 30 and Davis Cup/Olympics.
Murray begins his bid for a Canadian three-peat later today against South African Kevin Anderson. In their only prior, Murray lost just four games against Anderson at the 2010 Australian Open.
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