Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Andy Murray is hoping to make his comeback with Rome Masters

Scottish tennis player, Andy Murray, is now hopeful about his participation at the Rome Masters which is scheduled to start this week in Italy. To secure his place in this event, he will face home favorite, Andreas Seppi, who is now ranked 43.

However, Andy Murray is now suffering from frustration because of his two back-to-back defeats at the Masters level. Now, he wants to snap the negative trend with the performance in Rome.

Despite being defending champion of the Miami Masters, he was beaten by Mardy Fish in the second round of this event. Afterwards, he was beaten by Philipp Kohlschreiber in the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters. It will be interesting to see if he can remove his frustration and gets back his prime form.

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