Tennis player Andy Murray of Great Britain reacts after winning a point against Gilles Muller of Luxembourg during their match in the second day of the ATP Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships on February 24, 2015. AFP PHOTO / MARWAN NAAMANI
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Andy Murray followed his climb above Rafael Nadal to world No. 3 with a checkered but foundation-laying straight-sets win over Gilles Muller to begin his bid to win the Dubai Open title Tuesday.Murray held his next service game to love in only three minutes, and when Muller was called upon to serve again so quickly he was unable to escape being broken a second time.Curiously when Murray came to close out the set he delivered three double faults and had to save two break-back points.Similarly, in the second set at 5-4, Murray served a double fault and this time allowed Muller to break back.
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