“I deserved the Australian Open” Andy Murray on missing Grand Slam »FirstSportz
Former world number 1 Andy Murray who is currently ranked 134th in the world in the ATP singles rankings, last played in the 3-day show in Abu Dhabi, Mubadala Tennis World Championship 2021 where he finished beating the runner-up Dan Evans and Rafael Nadal in round 1 and round 2 before he lost Andrey Rublev in the final.
Next up for Brit is the Australian leg, where he will continue his goal of breaking into the Top 100 to avoid the big players in previous rounds that have knocked him out in tournaments, something he wants to avoid before returning. my best. While he has racked up some good wins, he has been unable to cope as his body has not been able to continue playing at top form.
As Murray is currently moving to Australia, he is still uncertain about taking part in 2022 Australian Open as he is currently not in the automatic qualifying points and will need a wildcard or else he will need to play three qualifying rounds. While it wouldn’t be a surprise if he actually received a wildcard for a Slam, Murray spoke about how winning in Australia has hurt him while also turning down the chance to complete a Grand. Slam in career.
“I felt like maybe I deserved an Australian Open, but I never won a final. I’ve almost done it several times, but I can’t. This is something that I still face today. I have great memories in Australia and I hope I can do some good things there,” Murray said as reported by Welovetennis.fr.
Andy Murray’s record at Australian Open
Murray has a record of 48-13 at Melbourne Park, where he finished second as Runner-up five times in 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2016, with Roger Federer beat him in the 2010 final while in the remaining 4, Novak Djokovic has gotten better than him.
The Briton last played at the Slam in 2019, where he lost in the first round first Roberto Bautista Agut in a tight 5th round and since then have not played at the Slam. While he is yet to recover from his injury in 2020, Murray has tested positive for Covid-19 and must miss out. Australian Open 2021 also.
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