You probably never thought to see Andy Murray and unbeaten right next to each other again, but that's exactly what you're going to see in the next sentence. Unbeaten Andy Murray lifted his second trophy on grass this year by cruising past Arthur Cazaux at the Nottingham Open.
The British player continued his dominance on the ATP Challenger Tour by winning his 3rd trophy this year and his second on grass. He's now 10-0 on grass, unbeaten heading into Queen's where he hopes to secure a seeded spot at Wimbledon.
Murray needs one win to have a chance with two wins and Queen's guaranteeing him a seeded spot at Wimbledon ensuring a much easier draw than before. That's always been the goal for Murray and these back-to-back trophies in Surbiton and Nottingham ensured that.
It was a beautiful day in Nottingham as the Brit got a really nice surprise. As he said earlier this week, there are more important things than tennis and his family is certainly that. He missed them the previous week in Surbiton because of a rain delay which pushed the match past the kid's bedtime.
They made the trip to Nottingham to be there and the former number one was shocked when he spotted them. He noticed them during his trophy ceremony speech with his voice rising with excitement as he noticed his family.
Oh my God. I didn't know they were here. I had no idea they were coming. They came last week for the final in Surbiton but it started raining. So they had to go come because of bedtime so they missed the end of the match. It's great that they managed to come.