Andy Murray confident

Great Britain’s top tennis player to date is back in Dubai and ready to win…

21-year-old tennis star, and world number four, Andy Murray chatted to reporters yesterday ahead of the start of the men’s Dubai Tennis Championships.

"I've had some very good results already this year and that has been due to the hard work I put in during the off-season. Other than that, I have been playing and winning consistently as well," Murray told media at a pre-tournament press conference on Saturday.

He added: "I realise that I find my best tennis later on during a tournament and I have sort of got used to this and tried to keep this going," Murray added.

Murray has had an amazing start to 2009, winning his tenth singles title on the ATP Tour by defeating American Andy Roddick in straight sets in the final at Doha last month.

"I am only 21 and I still feel I can get better. There is no question about that. I have been on the Tour a few years now and my best tennis is yet to come," he added.

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