Andy Murray couldn’t win the Mamoura Diversified World Championship, but was happy with his performance in Abu Dhabi. Murray defeated 20-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals of the Mamoura Diversified World Championship, but subsequently lost to No. 1 in the world.
Andrey Rublev in the 5th final. Murray often fought one of the best tennis players in the world, Rublev insisted. 6-4 7-6 (2) Defeat Briton. Despite the final defeat at the Abu Dhabi exhibition, Murray is optimistic that he will have a great 2022 campaign and again a deep plan at the Grand Slam level.
According to Tennis365, Murray said, “The last few days have been really good.”
He is playing a really big game. “I’m optimistic for the future. I’ve been pretty healthy in the last few months and need to find a way to turn these tight matches against top players. Then again some runs in big tournaments. You can to be.”
Murray is not ready to leave
Murray has passed the prime minister at the age of 34 and is hoping for a deep plan at the Grand Slam level. “I want to get the most out of what I can, but I can still do it,” Murray told Eurosport exclusively.
“I talked to many ex-players.’If it’s gone, there’s nothing to replace it. So enjoy as much as you can and play as much as you can. Many players stop and stop. , Because I know I regret it a little when they were able to continue. “
“I always felt that way. When people say there are things I can’t do or don’t do, I like it. It gives me a great motivation,” Murray admitted. ..
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Andy Murray is “optimistic” despite the final defeat of the Mamoura Diversified World Championship
https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tennis/news/Andy_Murray/106560/andy-murray-optimistic-despite-mubadala-world-tennis-championships-final-loss-/ Andy Murray is “optimistic” despite the final defeat of the Mamoura Diversified World Championship