Moreover, the Scot fell to the 18-year-old Spaniard in straight-set (6-3, 6-4) after trying his best on the hardcourt for more than a couple of hours. However, the three-time Grand Slam champion is optimistic about the future and said he will make a breakthrough promptly.
“I’m not going to keep losing in the second and third rounds of tournaments. I will get better and I will improve and I will breakthrough in one week, or two weeks, or a few months,” Murray said in the post-match interview in Vienna.
“Draws Have Been Hard, I’ve Played In Some Tough Tournaments”, says Murray
Andy Continued, “It will happen. I obviously would like it to be happening quicker than what it is.”
“But he did play extremely well and he’s a top young player and if you’re hitting single-digit unforced errors playing that way and with the power that he has it’s going to be tough…”
“If I continue on that path and build up a little bit more consistency, be that little bit more clinical and a bit more ruthless I will start winning more and have some deep runs, but it’s tough.”
“Draws have been hard, I’ve played in some tough tournaments. The draw was stacked here [in Vienna].”
“There were no easy matches here. It will happen sooner rather than later I think.”
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