ATP Barclays World Tour Finals


The court at the O2.

Yesterday I was lucky enough to get a ticket for the Tennis ATP World Championships in London. It was the second day of the event, which had seen the likes of Novak Djokovic play in hope of winning the match title. I was fortunate enough to see Andy Murray play his first match as world no.1. The atmosphere in the arena was remarkable. The support for Murray was overwhelming, with frequent comments from the umpire to quiet down. The Scottish no.1 did not disappoint. At first he seemed agitated and tired but soon picked up to take the game in straight sets. He stood victorious against opponent Marin Cilic and is now set to play Kei Nishikori on Wednesday. Watching the match was a thrilling experience and that was from the undoubted support of the fans. Good luck Murray !


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