Mouratoglou: 'Murray, Djokovic and Nadal are very different than champions of the past'



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Mouratoglou: 'Murray, Djokovic and Nadal are very different than champions of the past'

In his column in L'Equipe, Patrick Mouratoglou spoke about Andy Murray win at the ATP Finals over Novak Djokovic 'The impressive thing with Andy is the intensity he had for six months,' Mouratoglou wrote. 'It's the mark of a champion.

Murray won this final after two marathon matches (against Nishikori in the round robin and Raonic in the semi-final). In six months he lost only a couple of matches. Andy Murray becoming the world no. 1 is the triumph of tennis today.

Novak has his same gamestyle, Nadal is more suited to clay. But they all have same qualities: very intense, make fewer unforced errors and have efficient tennis. This is the tennis of the new surfaces, Murray and Djokovic prove it.

They are very different than Agassi, Sampras, Becker, Edberg, Rafter or McEnroe. Tennis has changed.' Story by TennisActu ALSO READ: Roger Federer: 'Epic end to the year by Andy Murray, congrats'