Andy Murray’s a perfect 10-0 in his first 10 matches as a married man. So how does that stack up with how his fellow mates like Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic and others did when they returned post-wedding? Turns out, very well. He’s enjoying the best start for a married tennis pro among this recent group of Hall of Famers (or soon to be).
He’s the only one who was perfect and the only one to win a title in his first event as a married man!
First 10 Matches After Getting Married
Andy Murray (Apr 11, 2015): 10-0 (2 titles)
Roger Federer (Apr 11, 2009): 8-2
Novak Djokovic (Jul 10, 2014): 7-3
Andy Roddick (Apr 17, 2009): 7-3
Lleyton Hewitt (Jul 21, 2005): 8-2
Andre Agassi – Steffi (Oct 22, 2001): 7-3
Andre Agassi – Brooke (Apr 19, 1997): 5-5
Pete Sampras (Sep 30, 2000): 5-5
“I think people don’t always appreciate that sports people have, there is another part of our lives that is very important as well to performance,” Murray said after winning Madrid last weekend. “If you’re happy away from the court and you’re sort of your private and personal life is good, that will help everything. Helps your mindset; helps the way that you train; everything.”
After withdrawing from Rome earlier today, Murray heads to Paris undefeated on the clay and undefeated as a married man.
For Murray, marriage does indeed work. At least so far.
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