Andy Moray Won ATP World Tour Finals

Editorials News | Nov-22-2016

Andy Moray Won ATP World Tour Finals

Andy Moray is on top of the world after winning the title of number one and winning the ATP World Tour Finals title. Murray has won the title after defeating Djokovic with 6-3, 6-4 during ATP World Tour Finals.

Murray had also ended Djokovic's 122-week reign as world number one two weeks ago. Additionally, his triumph in winner-takes-all clash at London's O2 Arena stopped the Serb retrieval pole position. Murray is on 17th man to hold the prestigious year-end number one berth since the starting of the ATP rankings in 1973.

The 29 years old is the first player besides Djokovic, Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal to achieve the honour since Andy Roddick in 2003. Currently, Andy Murray, Scottish professional, tennis player ranked world No. 1 and will sign the champion's cheque worth 914,000 pounds (USD 1.1 million, 1.06 million euros). However, the financial reward pales in comparison to the sense of achievement. The player stated in an interview that he is very happy to win and to be world number one. He also stated that it is something that he never expected.



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