After the 6-3 and 6-4 defeat against the young Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz (42nd) this Thursday at ATP 500 Vienna, the British tennis player Andy Murray (156th) He gave the usual post-match press conference, in which he was positive about his personal future on the circuit.
“It will pass. I will not continue to lose in the second or third round in tournaments. I will improve and I will do it in a week, two weeks or in the next few months. It will pass.”, said the one born in Glasgow, Scotland, 34 years ago, former world number 1 and owner of 46 trophies in his record.
In addition, the right-hander, who has not lifted a title since 2019, when he beat the Swiss Stan Wawrinka and established himself in Antwerp, acknowledged: “I am completely convinced that I will play in Stockholm, although I cannot assure that I will do so at the Masters 1000 in Paris. The Davis Cup, as I said previously, I will not play it, because I need adequate rest and train without pressure. “
Finally, Jamie Delgado’s pupil praised his opponent, who equaled the record between the two: “The start of the match was exceptional, we both played incredible points. In the second set my level dropped, although I wouldn’t say it was bad. Although he is young, he is already a top player. Today he played extremely well“.