World number one Andy Murray of Great Britain celebrates with the championship trophy after winning his ATP final tennis match against Spain's Fernando Verdasco, during the Dubai Duty Free Championships on March 4, 2017. AFP / KARIM SAHIB
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Andy Murray solidified his position at the top of the rankings through a 6-3, 6-2 defeat of Fernando Verdasco to win the Dubai Tennis Championships for the first time Saturday.Murray, 29, claimed the trophy in the emirate after finishing runner-up to Roger Federer in 2012 ."This week has given me great momentum which I hope to use going to Indian Wells and Miami".His win Saturday allowed Murray to become the first British champion in the 25-year history of the Dubai tournament.Murray improved his record over 35th-ranked left-hander Verdasco to 13 wins and just one loss.
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