Britain tennis star Andy Murray had won the U.S. Open to take home the first Grand Slam title that had escape him four times after reaching to the final, Murray stole the first major men’s title back to Britain since Fred Perry took it in 1936.
Murray’s in the final defeated Novak Djokovic 7-6 (10), 7-5, 2-6, 3-6, 6-2.
This is a combine effort of Murray and his coach Ivan Lendl, a Czech coach that was hired by Murray when he lost in his initial four trips to Grand Slam finals before obtaining any title.
Lendl and Murray both work for almost six to nine months to see the desire results. Previous month Murray succeeded the Olympic gold medal on home court at Wimbledon. He ended the exhausting summer of tennis at Flushing Meadows by going 7 for 7.
The match had 17 breaks of serve and 121 unforced errors, a number that often speaks of unstable tennis, but it was due to the way the wind became havoc with outwardly every shot over these grueling five sets.
The match was played for 4 hours, 54 minutes, which is a tied record for any final in a U.S. open final.
Murray declared that it was a hard match as weather is concern. On the other side when opponent is like Novak Djokovic then it became incredibly tough match, and clearly it felt great at the end. He got relief, after achieving his grand slam.
That is Djokovic ninth Grand Slam finals in which he won four. Djokovic said he was in fact tried mentally and physically in the match, he said he always pushed himself beyond the limits. Murray played well, and he is a Grand Slam winner and he deserves to be there.
The Britain had begun its celebration Murray became a permanent spot in the hearts of fans in his country. His coach declared that there in no magic behind Murray’s first major victory that is only a lot of hard work, with more to come.