Despite his great performance, Murray extended a negative streak


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Despite his great performance, Murray extended a negative streak

After showing a high level of tennis, the experienced Briton Andy Murray (121st) he fell on Tuesday 6-4 and 7-6 (4) against German Alexander Zverev (4th) and was eliminated in the third round of Indian Wells, tournament category Masters 1000, in which not chain three festivities in a row five years ago, when he got it in Paris 2016.

Born in Glasgow, Scotland, 34 years ago, the former world number one, owner of 46 titles in his showcases, three Grand Slam tournaments and two gold medals in the Olympic Games, he served before the german as in the old days, he scored points of extraordinary caliber and excited fans with a possible return to his long-awaited performance, which gave him an enviable rating on the circuit, placing him at the height of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic in the select group of the Big 4.

However, the 191 centimeter right-hander, who had beaten Frenchman Adrian Mannarino and Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz in the current edition, extended his negative streak in Masters 1000 tournaments, because by tenth consecutive competition did not string together three celebrations in a row: zero in Indian Wells 2017, in Rome 2017, in Cincinnati 2018 and in Cincinnati 2019, one in Monte Carlo 2017, in Madrid 2017, in Shanghai 2019 and in Cincinnati 2021, and two in Cincinnati 2020 and in Indian Wells 2021.

The last time you checked in was on Paris 2016When he defeated Fernando Verdasco, Lucas Pouille, Tomas Berdych, Milos Raonic and John Isner, he became champion and lifted his fourteenth trophy in the category. In addition, it came from repeating results in Shanghai, China.


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