Andy Murray hopes China Open can provide springboard for jump to top of the world rankings

Andy Murray has set his sights on a strong finish to his season and with it a shot at surpassing Novak Djokovic at the top of the rankings.
The world No 2 is in Beijing for the China Open where he is hoping to make ground on the absent Djokovic in his pursuit of the coveted position at the summit of the men's game.
A stellar 2016 so far, which has seen Murray win Wimbledon for a second time as well as reach two more Grand Slam finals and claim the Olympic gold in Rio, has coincided with a difficult second half of the season for his great rival Djokovic.
The Serbian, who is not playing in... read more

2 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 30
Source: Daily Mail

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