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Murray edges closer to season finale at The O2

With only twelve days to go until the opening session of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, we take a look at Andy Murray’s latest title triumphs as he continues his journey to join the tour.

If you haven't heard, Murray is well and truly fighting for his position on the 2014 tour. His latest victory at the Valencia Open 500 tested his skills against Tommy Robredo in a roller-coaster final. Lasting a mammoth three hours and twenty minutes, the Scot and Spaniard battled it out to reveal Murray as the winner.

This is Andy’s third title in five weeks as he closes in on the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals at The O2.

Previous to his Valencia Open 500 conquest, Murray picked up the Shenzhen Open and Vienna Open titles. In the same fashion as his success at the Valencia Open 500, Murray saved five match points before going on to beat Tommy Robredo in the final of the Shenzhen Open. Another win, this time against David Ferrer in the Vienna Open Final, secured Andy’s second title and meant he moved ahead of the Spaniard in the race to qualify for the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals.


It seems as though Murray has been making up for lost time as previous to these titles he had not reached a final since his Wimbledon success back in 2013.

If Murray continues this winning streak then he’ll secure his place at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals to join Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer to play The O2. Enquire today for your chance to see these tennis legends play against one another in a bid to win the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals

If you wish to attend the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals or another tournament then visit our tennis corporate hospitality page for more information. 

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