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Mix Sampas, a Little Lendl, Dash of Agassi

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After Andy Murray played a nearly perfect 6-4, 6-4, 6-2 trouncing of Milos Raonic, Murray sat down with Straight Sets for his regular post-match question-and-answer session. From the perfect match, he attempted to build the perfect player.

Q. Where would you start? What’s the best shot in tennis history, the one you would most want?

A. I mean, Pete Sampras’s serve would definitely be up there. Guys now obviously serve great, but Sampras also, his second serve, he could hit ...

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