Saturday, 5 November 2016

Andy Murray becomes world's number 1!

With his form in great shape, there was no stopping him from clinching the number 1 spot.
After Djkovic lost there has been tremendous pressure on him to clinch the spot. Fortunately for him his hard work has paid.

BBC gathered that Britain's Andy Murray 29 will become the world number one for the first time after Milos Raonic withdrew from their Paris Masters semi-final. At 29, he will be the oldest player to reach number 1 and the first British player to do so since 1973. 

The Scot will play John Isner in Sunday's final, after the American beat Cilic 6-4 6-3 in Saturday's first semi-final.

But Murray has reached 11 finals in his past 12 events, and has won 73 matches in the year, a personal record.
He will be officially confirmed as world number one when the revised rankings are released on Monday. Djokovic congratulated his friend earlier on saying it was amazing to see his progress as they had known and played against each other since they were 11years old.

Congrats to him.


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