French Open 2014: Greg Rusedski comments that Andy Murray has a good chance of beating Nadal in the semi finals

Seems like Greg Rusedski is of the idea that, Andy Murray has a good chance of bagging the French Open Title this year, more than ever. The former No. 2 of Britain commented that the two sets Murray played against Gael Monfils at the quarter finals were top notch and the best of what he had seen on any clay court. There is a lot of positives going on right now about Murray and things are falling perfectly into place for him. And there is absolutely no reason whatsoever why he cannot win the game this time.

Although he is facing off Rafael Nadal, the great thing is that he can go ahead for this game with no apprehensions at all, since there is nothing to lose.

In order to discuss the prospects of Murray in the game, Rusedki took time out of his coaching job. Talking about Murray he said that, facing Nadal might sure be a big challenge for him, nevertheless he has been very impressed with his performances throughout the championships. He further added about Murray’s surgery saying that recovering from a major back surgery within such a short span isn’t a small deal and his face off against Philipp Kohlschreiber was definitely tough for him, but still he managed to bag the game impressively.

Next he went ahead and defeated Fernando Verdasco the day after, which psychologically was most essential for him. Post his glorious victory against Verdasco, he crushed Gael Monfils. His winning streak is definitely on a rise, and whatever he does from now onwards will only work as a bonus for him. There is quite a good chance he might as well bag the game against Nadal in the semi finals.