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ray won his first clay-
court title yesterday
when he overcame
Philipp Kohlschreiber 7-
6 (4), 5-7, 7-6 (4) in the
rain-delayed final of the
The top-seeded Mur-
ray was the steadier play-
er in the decisive
tiebreaker and clinched
the close match when
Kohlschreiber sent a
backhand long on Mur-
ray s second match point.
The final was rained
out on Sunday, with for-
mer two-time Munich
leading 3-2 on serve, and
postponed until Monday.
Murray was in his first
final on clay and won his
32nd career title, a wel-
come boost ahead of the
French Open---the sec-
ond Grand Slam of the
season that is played on
The Scot, ranked No,
3 in the world, became
the first British man to
win a title on clay since
Buster Mottram in 1976.
"It s incredible, Murray
said. "Philipp was very
tough to beat."
Murray fired 17 aces,
Murray wins BMW Open for 1st clay-court title
while Kohlschreiber had
11. Otherwise, little sep-
arated the two players.
Kohlschreiber was seeking
his third title in Munich
after winning in 2007 and
After trading early
breaks in the second set,
Murray had a chance to
go 5-3 up but the German
saved three break points
to level at 4-4.
Kohlschreiber did get
the break for a 6-5 lead
and took the set with a
Both players held serve
in the final set, with Mur-
ray earning three match
points in the tiebreaker at
the end of a long rally that
finished with an error by
"I was lucky on a cou-
ple of passing shots late
in the match," Murray
Britain's Andy Murray celebrates after winning the final match against
Germany's Philipp Kohlschreiber at the BMW Open tennis tournament in Munich,
Germany, yesterday. Murray won with 7-6, 5-7 and 7-6. AP PHOTO
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