Murray: “My level right now is to be 50 or 60 in the world, it’s frustrating”

Andy Murray laments during his match against Frances Tiafoe at the Winston-Salem Open at the Wake Forest Tennis Complex in Winston Salem, North Carolina.

Andy Murray continues the roller coaster ride that has become his path back to tennis elite after being affected in recent years by hip injuries that have kept him off the court for a long time.

After his great debut in Winston-Salem against Noah Rubin, Murray fell in the second round of the tournament to American Frances Tiafoe 7-6 (4), 6-3 after missing three set points in the first set.

Murray himself was very critical of his performance, lamenting the lack of consistency when closing key points. “The only positive is that I have moved well and served well, but my level has many ups and downs and I have no consistency. There are times in games when I play well and others when I make mistakes that I wish I didn’t make.”

In fact, Murray stated that his current level is to be 50 or 60 in the world and that he has many things to improve before returning to compete in the US Open. “My level right now is to be 50 or 60 in the world. That is frustrating if I said that I cannot say that I was not moving well or not feeling well physically. But when I win a low percentage of points with the second serve That has nothing to do with my physical condition. “

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