Andy Murray hit a historic milestone


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Andy Murray hit a historic milestone

Thanks to his presentation on Monday against Frenchman Richard Gasquet, British tennis player Andy Murray (105th) became the sixth player to register 300 matches in the Masters 1000 category, existing since 1990.

Born in Glasgow, Scotland, 34 years ago, the 191 centimeter right-hander, 14 times champion in the second ATP class and 41 times on the circuit, reached a round and historic sum, which is headed by the Swiss Roger Federer (381 celebrations in 489 games). The remaining privileged are Rafael Nadal (398 in 481), Novak Djokovic (370 in 451), David Ferrer (189 in 311) and Thomas Berdych (191 at 308).

The 300 games of Jamie Delgado’s current pupil, of which he won 216, are distributed as follows: 34 in Canada (three titles), 47 in Cincinnati (two titles), 37 in Indian Wells, 34 in Madrid (one title), 39 in Miami (three titles), 24 in Monte Carlo, 31 in Paris (one title) , 25 in Rome (one title) and 29 in Shanghai (three titles).

It is worth clarifying that the top champions in the category are Spanish Rafael Nadal (4th) and Serbian Novak Djokovic (1st), both with 36 cups, eight more than Federer (9th).


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