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Will Murray realise Grand Slam dream at US Open?

Andy Murray is hoping to break his Grand Slam duck at next weeks US Open.

London, Aug. 24 : Andy Murray is hoping to break his Grand Slam duck at next week's US Open.

Murray, who won the Montreal Masters last week, will be seeded No 2 in New York - with Roger Federer taking top spot at the Billie Jean King Tennis Centre.

"I've won eight tournaments since last year's US Open and had a good couple of weeks," The Sun quoted him, as saying.

"I played every match in the heat of the day at Montreal - I'm in better shape for the US Open," he added.

Meanwhile, Federer beat Novak Djokovic 6-1 7-5 on Sunday to win the Cincinnati Masters title.


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