Andy Murray continued his remarkable return to form on Sunday afternoon at the Aegon Championships when he won back-to-back matches on the same day to claim his fourth title at Queen’s Club.
It was no easy task for the Scotsman, as he was forced to contest nearly two full matches on the same day en route to the title. However, he appeared to have played himself into form on Sunday, as his final against Kevin Anderson was easily his best contest of the week.
Murray managed a 6-3, 7-6(4) win over Troicki in the semi-final before he stepped back on court a few hours later to defeat Anderson 6-3, 6-4.
“I served extremely well,” said Murray. “I wasn’t expecting to have loads of opportunities with the way he had been serving this week and the way the courts were playing, so thankfully when the [break point] chances came, I managed to come up with some kind of instinctive shots and guess the right way on a couple of shots, and managed to get the breaks.
“I felt like once I got into the rallies I was doing really well, but it was obviously tough to do that some of the times. He served an extremely high percentage of first serves and was serving big. But it was a good performance.”
Murray is now 34-16 in ATP World Tour finals and pocketed €381,760 and 500 Emirates ATP Rankings points for his efforts on Sunday.