Tennis - Paris Masters tennis tournament men's singles semifinals - Milos Raonic of Canada v Andy Murray of Britain - Paris, France - 5/11/2016 - Murray warms up after Raonic withdraws. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
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Scotsman Andy Murray's achievement in becoming men's tennis world number one is exceptional women's tennis legend Martina Navratilova told the BBC Sunday.Navratilova, who spent 332 weeks atop the women's standings and accrued 18 Grand Slam singles titles, said Murray had shown real character to battle his way to the top ranking.Murray's predecessor as British number one Tim Henman -- who was ranked a career high fourth in the world on three occasions from 2002 to 2004 -- believes he can stay at the top for a while to come.
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