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Boston Celtics Snapback is looking forward to starting this tournament because I am playing well.Murray, who will meet either Spaniard Guillermo Garcia-Lopez or Portugals Rui Machado in the second round at Indian Wells after a first-round bye, believes the biggest improvement in his game has been addition of more punch to his forehand.‘Pretty majorIf you watch what it was like before and what it is like now, it is pretty major, the 24-year-old Scot said.Its not a major change but when you look at it, its very different in terms of the way that I am moving my feet. This week I have been hitting it really, really well and hopefully I can keep that up. It makes a big difference, especially going into the clay court season because its probably one of the most important shots on clay.I never used to make that many mistakes on my forehand, its just a bigger weapon now than it was before and thats important, to keep developing weapons in different ways to win points and shorten points as well. The more free points you can get, the less toll matches are going to take on your body, added Murray.Murray, who crushed Djokovic 6-2 7-5 in the semi-finals of last weeks Dubai Championships before losing 7-5 6-4 to Roger Federer in the final, has been delighted with the addition of Lendl to his coaching team.We did a lot of good work before Dubai and he will be with me pretty much for the next six, seven weeks after the Miami Masters Series event is done, Murray said of the eight-time grand slam champion.We have a lot of things in common. We both like hard work.Chicago Bulls Snapback is very professional and he didn't leave any stone unturned when he played. He was one of the first guys who started taking the physical side of the game seriously.
I knew his personality so nothing has surprised me there. We have got on very well.Murray announced Czech-born Lendls appointment at the end of last year after flying solo for most of 2011 following his split with coaching consultant Spaniard Alex Corretja, who he had employed on ad hoc basis since 2008.ReutersGerald Rosales produced a two-under-par 70 for 207 but remained seven strokes back from Singapores Mardan Mamat in the $60,000 PGM-CCM-Impian Masters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.Rosales earlier shot 68 and 69 and was on joint ninth place with four others in the Asian Development Tours ADT season-opener. The ADT is the Asian Tours fledging developmental league.Jay Bayron made a 70 and held a 208 total with one round to go. Artemio Murakami had a 69 for 209. Elmer Salvador turned in a 69 for 211 while Antonio Lascuna signed for a 70 for 212.Mamat, playing on his sixth straight event, fired a third round four-under-par 68, on six birdies and one double bogey, to open up a three-shot lead over Malaysian R. Nachimuthu and American Dodge Kemmer in the event played at Impian Golf and Country Club. Adrian Flores/JVP, Snapback Hats.INDIAN WELLS - Rafa Nadal has lost his last seven matches against world number one Novak Djokovic but the Spaniard denies that he has a burning obsession to beat the Serb.The pair last met in Januarys Australian Open final when Djokovic clinched the title for a third time with an epic 5-7 6-4 6-2 6-7 7-5 victory that lasted almost six hours.While Nadal enjoys a 16-14 career advantage over the Serb, he has been beaten on all types of surfaces in their past seven encounters, all of them in finals.I say its always the same, I want to improve for me, world number two Nadal told reporters on Thursday while preparing for the Indian Wells ATP tournament in the California desert.I don't want to improve to beat Novak, to beat Roger Federer or to beat nobody. I try my best every day to improve my level of tennis, to be a better player year by year.And if thats enough to beat Novak, fantastic. If not, Im gonna keep working. When I wake up every morning and I go on court for practice,Los Angeles Clippers Snapback don't think about Novak. I think about the things I need to keep improving, I think about myself.Nadal, a 10-times grand slam champion, said he had maintained the same strategy throughout his career, both before and after he eclipsed Federer as the games top player.Its worked well all this time, maybe now its not working any more as well but hopefully yes, the Spanish left-hander added with a smile. But thats my way and thats the way that my mind works.I don't have the spirit of revenge, I don't have the spirit of obsession with another player. My spirit is to try and be a better player every day for myself. Thats my satisfaction.Closest rivalsAsked whether he felt the sports number one player would always lift the game of his closest rivals, Nadal replied: To have somebody in front always helps to have a reference in what you have to improve.When you are behind somebody, it is sometimes a little bit easier than when you are on the top. At the same time, I prefer to be in front.While Djokovic clinched his fifth grand slam title at Melbourne Park in January to continue his recent domination over the Spaniard, Nadal was largely happy with how he had performed against the Serb.I accept very well the losses, I think I accept well the victories too, the Spaniard smiled. I came back home very happy about my tournament in Australia, the way that I played, the way that I played lots of moments in the final.It is composed by blackegg 2012-09-06.I am not happy about my second and third sets but for the rest of the match, I am happy with how Los Angeles Lakers Snapback did. In general, it was a very positive tournament for me.I don't know if I want to be the one that will improve Djokovic.