You'd never know that Andy Murray had just gotten married after quickly jumping into the 2015 Munich Open and taking that title. Now after only one day, he's already in Madrid having to quickly adjust to things like high altitude, a whole different style of clay...and well still adjusting to being married.
Third place world ranking tennis star Andy Murray got the best honeymoon present winning his first clay-court title at the 2015 Munich Open. The British tennis star was recently married in the middle of his busy season so this definitely made for the perfect wedding and honeymoon present after defeating German Philipp Kohlschreiber
Rafael Nadal has realized that sometimes going back to the old ways of doing things can be smart, especially if the new way isn't working out so well. At least that's what he's doing with his tennis racquet, and rather trying to break in a new one
Andy Murray lives in a country where it's rains a lot, but he wasn't feeling too homesick when this time it prevented him from finishing his 2015 Munich Open final with German fifth seed Philipp Kohnschreiber on Sunday.
Andy Murray worked overtime on Saturday to move into the 2015 Munich Open finals after first beating Lukas Rosol 4-6, 6-3, 6-2, and then returning less than three hours later to defeat Roberto Bautista Agut in the semi-finals 6-4, 6-4.
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