Interview: Martin Kaymer
World number two says taking Lee Westwood's crown not a priority as he tips Rory McIlroy for a big 2011 on the course.
Last Modified: 03 Feb 2011 18:46 GMT

Al Jazeera's Joanna Gasiorowska talks to golf's new world number two Martin Kaymer as they play together in the Pro-Am competition ahead of the Qatar Masters.

The number one spot is an achievable goal in Doha, but the German says that taking Lee Westwood's crown is far from a priority.

With Tiger Woods a fading star in the sport, Kaymer gives his tips for the top performers of 2011 as his Pro-Am partner does her best to make it onto his list.

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