Andy Murray feels he can beat many seeds at Wimbledon


Andy Murray feels he can beat many seeds at Wimbledon
(Supplied by Tennis World USA)

Andy Murray is not going to be seeded at Wimbledon 2023. The British tennis participant would have needed to attain at the very least the quarter-finals of the Queen’s house match, the place as an alternative he made up for a convincing 6-3 6-1 defeat in opposition to the Australian Alex De Minaur.

A nuanced purpose which, nonetheless, didn’t significantly have an effect on Murray, who within the post-match press convention stored calm and stated he was extraordinarily assured in view of the Championships: “I do not suppose I felt any additional strain, it has nothing to do with my poor efficiency in opposition to De Minaur, it is one thing I’ve managed nicely within the final two weeks.

In any case, I really feel I can beat many of the high seeds within the Wimbledon match as a result of there are a whole lot of them that do not really feel snug on grass.”

Murray: “Subsequent week relaxation after which Wimbledon”

Regardless of his advancing age and a bodily situation that’s actually completely different from his greatest instances, Andy Murray feels in his kingdom on the grass at Wimbledon.

The purpose of returning to the highest seeds of the historic Grand Slam, which he gained in 2013 and 2016, has light, but the Scot feels he may be equal if not superior to many gamers even greater within the rating. To have the ability to comply with up on these phrases on the courtroom, nonetheless, a whole lot of work will probably be wanted but additionally relaxation, which Murray will do after De Minaur’s departure from the scene at Queen’s.

Murray defined: “Subsequent week I will not play within the match, I believe it is time to relaxation a bit of bodily and mentally, recharge your batteries and get again to work. I simply have to serve nicely and maintain engaged on my mobility on the pitch.

I misplaced in opposition to an important participant on this floor, however the sensations I’ve had within the final two weeks have been magnificent, not solely within the competitors, but additionally in coaching with a few of the greatest opponents on the earth. I do know my stage is there, I simply have to take a couple of days off and dedicate ten days to coaching with depth.”


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