Have been world number 1, winner of three Grand Slams and two gold medals in one of the best times in tennis history it is not for everyone. Because, Andy Murray He is not content with making the Top 100 or playing well: “My goal is not to get back in the Top 100. I want to get back in the Top 10.”
The week for the Briton started with a solid victory against Ugo Humbert and Vasek Pospisil, But the loss to seeded No. 1 Hubert hurkacz, 7-6 and 6-3 did not sit well with him.
“I think I played better this week than in Cincinnati and Winston salem. But like I said the other day, I’m not interested in playing well and losing. I want to win these games and I have certainly created enough opportunities not necessarily to win them all, but to get closer than I have been and give myself a better chance of winning. So, yes, I’m disappointed with that, “Andy commented after being out in the quarterfinals of the ATP 250 from Metz.
As the famous saying goes “You will come back better and stronger”, and that is what the Australian Open finalist five times: “Winning tournaments and reaching the top of the ranking is what motivates me. The first 100 don’t. It’s kind of weird, I don’t know why it’s considered such an important milestone. “