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Murray to join Nadal in Abu Dhabi
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In another sensational news, World No.3 Andy Murray has confirmed his place at the Mubadala World Tennis Championship in Abu Dhabi in December. The announcement comes after Spaniard Rafael Nadal confirmed his participation at the event.
Murray has enjoyed a dream season to date, finally breaking his major duck at the US open last month - the first British male in 76 years to win a big four title - while he also won Olympic gold in London.
And what's more, the Scot is motivated and wants to continue playing at the same level if not higher. He believes that the Abu Dhabi event will serve as a springboard to the upcoming 2013 Aussie Open.
“This season has been great, winning both a grand slam and an Olympic gold medal,” said Murray, who last appeared at Zayed Sports City in 2009. “But I’m hungry for more success and already looking forward to the season ahead, which starts for me in Abu Dhabi.
“I’m in good form at the moment and I want that to continue in the coming months,” he added. While Murray will be gunning for more glory, the exhibition event will serve a different purpose for Nadal, who’ll be looking to prove his fitness ahead of the Australian Open.
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