The fourth and final Grand Slam of the year is set to be an absolute cracker in New York as defending champion Andy Murray sets out to win his third Slam in just 12 months.
History was made on Sunday when Andy Murray ended Britain’s agonising 77-year wait for a men’s Wimbledon champion.
The mens singles draw for the Australian Open has potentially served up a difficult route to the final for Britain’s Andy Murray.
It is hard to look beyond a prediction that the 2012 ATP Tour will see Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer dominate the major events with possibly world number four, Andy Murray, also capable of making his presence felt.
ATP World Tour Finals odds The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals kicks off on Sunday in London. The best of three sets competition features the top eight ranked players in the world. The competitors are divided into two groups of…