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Blasting News : declared in Andy Murray secures a spot in the quarterfinals of Dubai event

referring to In the quarterfinals of the Dubai tournament, Andy Murray will face Philipp Kohlschreiber from Germany, a player with a consistent pace ranked 29th in the world.
Andy Murray is one of them, as the world no.
Playing his first ATP event since the Australian Open, Murray is doing a great job in Dubai, at least for now.
The German prevailed once back in 2010 at their first jostle in the ATP World Tour.
Murray on Sharapova getting wildcardAccording to ESPN, Andy Murray has no sympathy for those who receive a wildcard or more when they attempt to make their way back into the tennis elite.

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Dubai Championship: Andy Murray through to round three

British No 2 Dan Evans was beaten 6-4 3-6 6-1 by fourth seeded Frenchman Gael Monfil.
World No 2 Murray next faces Germany’s Philipp Kohlschreiber in the last eight today.

Andy Murray makes light work of Guillermo Garcia-Lopez in Dubai

as mentioned in Highlights of the round two match between Andy Murray and Guillermo Garcia-Lopez from the Dubai Tennis ChampionshipsAndy Murray remains on course for a first title of 2017 after a comfortable 6-2 6-0 victory over Guillermo Garcia-Lopez at the Dubai Tennis Championships.
“When I got the early break, pretty much was almost 30 minutes in and we’d only played four games,” Murray said.
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“Every time we have played, we have had a lot of close matches,” said Murray.

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