Andy Murray Australian Open

January 30, 2011 by staff 

Andy Murray Australian Open, (UKPA) – Andy Murray slam final misfortune continued as the British number one has been largely defeated by Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open.

Murray was the second best throughout a meeting in one way that Djokovic followed his 2008 success in Melbourne with a win 6-4 6-2 6-3 in two hours and 39 minutes. It just appeared in three Grand Slam finals and it is still to win a set – a record in the open era.

It was an experience penalty for Murray. His first serve percentage was a lowly 53%, his groundstrokes always missed their target, his body language was negative, while its movement, so often his strength, turned out another weakness of his footwork often come up short against the pressing Djokovic.

The 23-year-old from Dunblane had to overcome a terrible start, losing the first six points before saving a break point for 1-1. The match stayed on serve until 4-5 to how he started to go wrong for Murray.

The alarm sounded at 15-30 on the Scot to serve and the situation became even more dangerous when a 38-shot rally fantastic, which saw both players take the lead and lose, is the way Djokovic as he raised two set points. And Murray could not come through; a forehand long to end is a challenge.

Djokovic Murray has been handed a double break and a 4-0 advantage in the second set as his game began to implode. Murray pulled back to 5-2, but Djokovic completed the formalities of the device, converting a point when the British entered a forehand.

In desperate need of a good start to the third set, Murray has got exactly that as he had break point with a fantastic forehand along the line. But the hangdog expression has not been slow to come back as he quickly threw his advantage, 30 to 30, Murray in a terrible forehand loop, and then hammered a success out of court.

A hold fast Djokovic was followed by a pause that the Serbs, on the advisability seventh, cracked a superb backhand pass the line to go up 3-1. Perhaps sensing he was short of time, Murray began to go for a little more and he broke back to get the withdrawal to be used when Djokovic dumped a drop shot into the net.

He had to save a break point at 3-3 and level, he found himself caught in the devil once more in his service game. This time Murray was unable to escape the approaching danger, as he hit a running right in the middle of the net.

Serving for the championship, Djokovic showed a few nerves, but managed to cross the line when another forehand Murray deducted.

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