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January 15, 2015 – DUBAI, UAE Andy Murray returns to Dubai next month as part of a fantastic four that head the field of tennis talent bidding to win the coveted Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships trophy.The line-up for the ATP tournament has been finalised, and Murray will join defending and six-time champion Roger Federer, four-time winner Novak Djokovic and recent two-time finalist Tomas Berdych as the top contenders for one of the most sought-after trophies on the ATP World Tour.“I think most of the crowd wanted Roger to win but it’s not often you get the chance to play in a packed stadium.” Federer surrendered his title the following year to Djokovic, but claimed it back again in 2014 after beating the Serb in the semi-finals and Berdych in the final.“Roger Federer has won the title six times and Novak Djokovic four at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, and as the top two players in the world it is natural that they will begin the tournament as favourites,” said Colm Mc Loughlin, Executive Vice Chairman of Dubai Duty Free, the tournament owners and organizers.Last season he added two more titles to the eight he already held, winning in Rotterdam and Stockholm, and as well as reaching the Dubai final he was the runner-up in Oeiras and Beijing.And he has carried his outstanding form into this season, beginning the year by reaching the final in Doha.Only Jimmy Connors and Ivan Lendl have won more matches in the Open Era, dating back to 1968.
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He won Wimbledon, reached the final of the French Open and claimed a total of seven titles during 2014 with victories at Indian Wells, Miami, Rome, Beijing, Paris and at the ATP World Tour Finals in London, the last on a walkover when Federer was forced to default the match due to injury.
Despite their success both in Dubai and elsewhere, none of the fantastic four will take success for granted as a field of world-class opposition bids to add their own name to the winners board.
Federer, seeking a first title of 2013 and a sixth Dubai crown, was relentless, regularly opting for serve-and-volley tactics, and wrapped up the set with a love game.
"I thought I was sharp, I knew what I wanted to do and I was able to do it," the world number two said in a courtside interview.