“I love winning tournaments, it’s great, and every player will tell you the same thing,”
“But it’s tough because I’ve never been to No. 2 in the world before, so that’s new to me. I’ve won a couple of Masters Series (events) now, and it still feels great. But getting to No. 2, maybe because it’s something different it means a little bit more.” Murray Said.
Andy Murray defeats Juan Martin Del Potro to capture the Rogers Cup 6-7 (4), 7-6 (3), 6-1 Sunday. Murray will soon be ranked No. 2 in the world just for making into finals at the tournament.
Mahesh Bhupathi of India and Mark Knowles of the Bahamas won doubles at Rogers Cup defeating Mix Mirnyi of Belarus and Andy Ram of Isreal.
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