Andy Murray won two matches consecutively in his comeback at the Western and Southern Open 2020. He also defeated the top ten players Alexander Zverev in the second round as well. However, Briton admitted he went outside of the ongoing Cincinnati Masters due to his bad shot selections.
Former world number one Andy Murray did face Canadian Milos Raonic at the Round 16 on Tuesday. The former top-fives competition was started a little bit delay due to rain interruption.
While Murray was on the eight-match winning streak against former world number three, besides, the 29-years-old Milos Raonic overcame British in the straight sets(6-2, 6-2) in an hour and 29 minutes.
“I’m Not Happy With That Level of Performance, To Be Honest”- Andy Murray
After the match, the three-times Grand Slam Champion Murray said, “I mean, the positives are I got three matches in. You know, physically I pulled up okay.”
When Murray could not find a reason behind his loss against World No.30 Milos Raonic went to say, “Today, I don’t know. I don’t know if it was because I was fatigued or not, but I didn’t feel particularly tired but I certainly was hitting some pretty bad tennis shots.”
Besides, Two times Olympic Gold medalist admitted he needs to work hard on himself ahead of New York major event, “I’m not happy with that level of performance, to be honest. Yeah, clearly a lot of work to do on my game over the next few days before the US Open starts.”
Notably, The US Open 2020 and Western and Southern Open 2020 are taking place on the same site this year owing to the ongoing pandemic.
Murray also updated his body fitness level after three consecutive matches, “The positive is I got three matches in, and physically, in terms of my hip, felt good. Played a couple of long ones, as well. Got through them.” He concluded, “But, yeah, not happy with tonight at all.”