Andy Murray Tickets at the Australian Open 2017

If you think you’ve seen Andy Murray at his best, you haven’t seen anything yet. He is supercharged and proudly dominating in Rio, especially now that his closest competitor, Novak Djokovic, has been eliminated following his shocking upset in the first round against Argentinian contender Juan Martin del Potro.

Will Murray get the shot of a second Olympic gold in the Men’s Singles? Will he be successful in defending his Olympic gold medal this year? These are the nagging questions that every Murray fan waits to find out in the days to come. After he wins the Gold--which we anticipate happening--Andy Murray tickets will become a hot commodity.

Djokovic’s shocking upset sets the stage for Murray in the Olympics

Djokovic, the world’s #1 tennis player, who played #33, was in tears when he lost to del Potro. This epic game was reminiscent of the 2013 Wimbledon Semi Final wherein the two were also pitted against each other and at which the Serb won in stunning five sets.

Djokovic and Murray were bound to meet in the Finals but with the unexpected turn of events, the two highest seeds won’t be seen battling in the courts for the Gold. Fans are heartbroken not to be able to witness the epic battle of the world’s best champions now that Djokovic is out of the picture.

With Murray losing 16 out of his past 19 matches to Djokovic, him being eliminated will make his chance for Gold much easier.

Amongst the men’s top 20, only Rafael Nadal who recovered from a wrist injury, together with Kei Nishikori, Jo-Wilfied Tsonga, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray are playing in Rio Olympics 2016. All the rest conceded due to injuries, change in priorities, and the Zika scare. If you had been hoping to catch Djokovic and Murray play, the next big opportunity will be to buy Andy Murray tickets for the upcoming Australian Open.

Andy Murray Matches at Rio Olympics 2016

Fresh after having won the Singles gold in London, Murray predictably won over Serbian Viktor Troicki, and strikingly outclassed close friend Juan Monaco in 69 minutes and blitzed easily through the third round, and is bound to face Italian Fabio Fognini, world’s #40, next for the Quarter Final spot. Murray is eyeing to be the first ever man player to win two Singles gold.

The 29-year-old top 2 seed is certainly easing closer to his second Singles Gold medal this in Rio. The Murray brothers (Jamie and Andy) suffered a defeat in the Men’s Doubles on Sunday but Andy Murray was able to successfully bounce back, move forward, and claim success in the Singles tournament. Murray has now won 14 incredible matches in a row ever since his loss in the French Open Finals in June. He also has 8 straight wins at the Rio Olympics.

Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal in the Finals?

Many spectators and analysts are predicting an Andy Murray – Rafael Nadal showdown finale on Sunday. The two former gold medalists and archrivals have now moved a step closer to the Finals with their Tuesday winnings at the Olympics.

Rafael Nadal remains to be unbeatable in this year’s Olympics and breezed through the rounds including his most recent victory over Italian Andreas Seppi.

Quest for a Second Gold in Rio Olympics

Aside from defending his Gold from 2012, Murray also wanted to make Great Britain proud by holding up to his commitment to play at his top form in the Rio Olympics 2016. He had to pass up the opportunity to play at the Rogers Cup and lost 1,000 ranking points because of that, but he was willing to go against the tide and make that sacrifice.

Andy Murray was the proud flag bearer for Great Britain at the Rio opening ceremonies. He has been competing for his home country since he was 10, and this is something that fuels his winning streak. The three-time Olympian says that this year is the “proudest moment of his professional career,” something that he would remember and look back on for the rest of his life. It’s a clear, defining point in his career and he is all set to meet that golden goal in a matter of few days.

Murray, somehow notorious for his temper in the courts, seemed cool all throughout the matches and only lashed out during the second round on Tuesday as he got irritated and distracted by a certain photographer’s flashing camera.

Even though the world’s #1 Novak Djokovic has defeated Murray in the 2016 Australian Open which is, by the way, Djokovic’s 6th title and 11th Grand Slam, Murray, who is a runner up, still managed to prep and shape up in preparation for Rio Olympics. It looks as if skipping the Rogers Cup might have worked wonders for Murray, and for those that have already purchased Andy Murray tickets, you won’t be disappointed.

Djokovic being the best counter-puncher took much toll on Murray during the Australian Open match. He was literally and figuratively in his head. Some people would say Murray wanted too badly to win which could have backlashed against him. The two best players in the world wanted the gold as bad as anyone would – hungrier than the rest of the pack, but they both came out winners in their own respective matches. Djokovic got the Australian Open championship – would this be Murray’s time to shine with this year’s Rio Olympics?