‘Love This Guy’ – Tennis Star Andy Murray Showers Praises on MVP Stephen Curry

‘Love This Guy’ – Tennis Star Andy Murray Showers Praises on MVP Stephen Curry


Andy Murray had won the hearts of the people all over the world. He has reigned over the world of tennis despite it being the era of the ‘Big Three’ to clinch the grand slam titles. He has been a former world no. 1 and has been crowd’s favorite because of her resilience.

However, the player himself is going gaga over another basketball celebrity, Stephen Curry, after he became the MVP after the victory of his team, Golden State Warriors in the NBA finals.

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Andy Murray congratulates MVP Stephen Curry

Former world no. 1 Andy Murray took to his Instagram story to wish the Most Valuable Player, Stephen Curry, on his achievement. He shared Curry’s post with his trophies and stated “Love this guy”.

Stephen Curry led his team, Golden State Warriors, in game six against the Boston Celtics and winning it. It was the player’s first final MVP award after being part of four NBA championships and seven appearances in the finals.

Roller Coaster ride of Murray

Andy Murray himself had to battle through the tough competition to become a grand slam title holder. In an era when the ‘Big Three’ were reigning the realm of tennis, the British player rose to the challenge and proved his worth.

Tennis – Australian Open – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia – January 18, 2022. Britain’s Andy Murray in action during his first-round match against Georgia’s Nikoloz Basilashvili. REUTERS/James Gourley

He had won the US Open in 2012 and the Wimbledon in 2013 and then again in 2016.

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The player had to undergo a risky hip injury, which then proved to be a hurdle and the player has not been able to regain his peak form after that. However, that has not blown the unwavering will and resilience to get back on the court.

Mar 11, 2022; Indian Wells, CA, USA; Andy Murray (GBR) celebrates after defeating Taro Daniel (JPN) for his 700th career match win at the BNP Paribas Open at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

The player recently reached the finals of the Stuttgart Open. However, the Italian player, Matteo Berrettini, defeated him in the finals. He was set to play at the Queens where he has been a champion five times. But due to an abdominal injury, he had to withdraw.

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The player still has time to recover before the Wimbledon and his fans wish for him to recover quickly and reign over the grass court major nonce again.

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