Saturday, 10 June 2017

Despite Semi-Final Defeat Andy Murray Is Happy With His Performance

World No 1 Andy Murray says he is proud of his French Open campaign despite a semi-final defeat to Stan Wawrinka on Friday. Murray arrived at Roland Garros on the back of a poor run but improved over the fortnight before a 6-7 6-3 5-7 7-6 6-1 defeat to third seed Wawrinka.

While Murray believes he may have ultimately paid the price for his bad results in the run-up to Paris, the Scot is still pleased with how he managed to turn his form around in the French capital.
He said “I'm proud of the tournament I had, I did well considering. I was one tiebreak away from getting to the final when I came in really struggling. So I have to be proud of that. Maybe the lack of matches hurt me a little bit in the end today. That was a very high-intensity match, a lot of long points. When you haven't been playing loads over four, four-and-a-half hours, that can catch up to you a little bit. I only have myself to blame for that, for the way I played coming into the tournament. But, you know, I turned my form around really, really well and ended up having a good tournament, all things considered.”

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