Murray is a Radwanska fan

by: Matt Cronin June 20, 2013

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In his BBC column, Andy Murray writes that Agnieszka Radwanska is his favorite WTA player to watch.

“She plays a slightly different game, hits lobs, drop shots, moves well,” Murray wrote. “She has variety and I like that.”

Murray added that the reason he plays tennis is because: “It's one of the few things I'm good at. I obviously made the decision when I was young to go and train in Spain because I enjoyed the competition. Because they had ranking systems from a young age, I knew I was one of the best in Europe, so it was a bit easier compared with other sports to judge where you were at on a global scale. But I love the game and being around it.”

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