Friday, 31 May 2013

Can Andy Murray Win at Wimbledon 2013

Andy Murray

Open the Pimm’s, serve the strawberries and cream, get your tickets and watch out for some sensational tennis: Wimbledon is on the horizon.

The world’s most prestigious tournament returns in July and there may be developing hope through the UK that 2013 could well be Andy Murray’s time.

The British number one has evolved into one of the very best players on the ATP World Tour, and having been a consistent presence in the top four since 2008, he has now stepped up to develop into the world number two.

A lot of that may also be attributed to the assistance of eight time Grand Slam winner Ivan Lendl, and the Czech legend coached Murray to his first ever Grand Slam title at the 2012 US Open, before Scot beating Novak Djokovic in straight sets.

That came after some huge progress at SW19.

Murray grew to become the first British guy to reach the final of Wimbledon since Bunny Austin in 1938, and despite winning his first set in a Grand Slam final, he gave way to Roger Federer in four.

A wonderfully gracious runner’s up speech swayed general public opinion in favour of the Dunblane native, and Murray was able to make amends for his Wimbledon defeat when he returned to the hallowed grass courts for the London 2012 Olympics, destroying Federer in straight sets in the gold medal match.

It's this and the fact that Murray has now broken his Grand Slam duck that have brought loads of optimism to UK shores, and the 26 year-old will need to attempt to detach himself from an inevitable extraordinary level of hype.

Needless to say, there are a number of other obstacles in Murray’s path too.

The largest are his rivals for the title.

Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and the returning Rafael Nadal are all remarkable athletes and tennis players, and not a single one of them can be discounted for the title.

Nor too can the likes of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Tomas Berdych and Juan Martin Del Potro, with the natural strength of all 3 a priceless asset on the slower courts of the current game.

Murray will even have to recuperate fully from his back injury, which has hampered his motion – usually one of the greatest assets of his game.

However, when at his best Andy Murray can beat any player in the world – and it may be time to abandon Pimm’s for champagne on Sunday July 7th. Wimbledon Tickets are now on sale for the great day

Thursday, 30 May 2013

Wimbledon Debenture Tickets

Wimbledon Debenture Tickets are sure to sell out quickly as we get nearer the event. Wimbledon is one of the UK's most popular events with many of us securing our debenture tickets for court one or centre court well in advance.

This year is no different and you can now buy your Wimbledon Tickets Online at VIP Event Butler's Wimbledon site. All you have to do is visit and you will be able to buy them in just a couple of clicks.

Centre Court tickets will always sell very quickly and the men's final category is one of the most popular and this year the men's final is on:

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