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Tennis star Andy Murray has equalled Tim Henmans career haul of 11 titles.


London, Apr.6 : Tennis star Andy Murray has equalled Tim Henman's career haul of 11 titles.

The British No.1 crushed Novak Djokovic 6-2 7-5 to win the Sony Ericsson Masters Series crown in Miami.Murray has matched Henman's 14-year career total at just 21 - by which age the former British star had not won a single tour title.

The Scot is closing in on Djokovic in the world rankings and could become Britain's first-ever world No 3 at next week's Monte Carlo tournament, reports The Sun.

The world No 4 was close to his best as he strolled through the first set with some breath-taking tennis. But in the second his touch deserted him and the Scot was forced to battle after going a break down before finally emerging victorious.

ANI

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