Murray loses in Sydney final – Tennis Sports

Andy Murray’s bid to win his first title since 2019 was crushed straight by Aslan Karassevs in the final of the Sydney Tennis Classic, but despite his defeat, he was the number one in the previous world. One was pleased with the progress he made by reaching the title Circular.

Unfortunately the result wasn’t good, but I’ll do my best to get back and play this kind of match. Andy Murray

Murray lost to Russia 6-3 6-3 24 hours ago, eliminating Dan Evans from the event. He used his power to make a big difference from behind the court and never allowed Brit. Definitely recovering from his three. -Win the semi-final against the fourth-seeded Reilly Opelka-settle on all sorts of rhythms.

Karatsev made four unforced errors in the match as he defeated Murray’s serve in the first game, the percentage of Murray’s first serve diminished, and he defeated Brit again at the beginning of the second game.

Scott almost broke back in the fifth game of the second set, but was unable to convert one of the two breakpoints he had when Karatsev hung.

When it comes to preparing for the Australian Open where Murray plays wildcards, he was pleased with the week’s performance and praised Sydney’s fans, opponents and his team both at the event and on his return home.

“I want to congratulate Aslan on a great week,” he said after his defeat. “I know he arrived late in Australia after Covid, it’s impressive to play back at that level. Great for the Australian Open.

“I would like to thank all the help of my team this year. The final match for the first time in three years – it’s been a long way, but I couldn’t do it without your help. I also thank my family for returning home. I miss you. I also thank the people who organized the event. It was a wonderful event. It wasn’t easy at this time. It was really fun.

“It was great to see how wonderful the atmosphere was for everyone who finally came to support tonight! I really missed playing in front of these crowds.

“Unfortunately, the results didn’t go well, but I’ll do my best to get back and play this kind of match.”

Murray will launch an AO campaign with Georgian Nicolos Bashirashibiri next Tuesday. Earlier this week, he has the chance to win a tight three-set match, perform well in Melbourne and return to the top 100 in the world.

– Tennis Sports

Murray loses in Sydney final Murray loses in Sydney final

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