“Not Going To Keep Losing”: Andy Murray Optimistic After Losing To Carlos Alcaraz at Vienna Open 2021


Andy Murray
Andy Murray

After a massive win against Hubert Hurkacz, the former World No.1 Andy Murray faced the NextGen Carlos Alcaraz for the quarterfinals spot at the Vienna Open 2021

Moreover, the Scot fell to the 18-year-old Spaniard in straight-set (6-3, 6-4) after trying his best on the hardcourt for more than a couple of hours. However, the three-time Grand Slam champion is optimistic about the future and said he will make a breakthrough promptly. 

“I’m not going to keep losing in the second and third rounds of tournaments. I will get better and I will improve and I will breakthrough in one week, or two weeks, or a few months,” Murray said in the post-match interview in Vienna.

“Draws Have Been Hard, I’ve Played In Some Tough Tournaments”, says Murray 

Andy Continued, “It will happen. I obviously would like it to be happening quicker than what it is.”

“But he did play extremely well and he’s a top young player and if you’re hitting single-digit unforced errors playing that way and with the power that he has it’s going to be tough…” 

“If I continue on that path and build up a little bit more consistency, be that little bit more clinical and a bit more ruthless I will start winning more and have some deep runs, but it’s tough.”

“Draws have been hard, I’ve played in some tough tournaments. The draw was stacked here [in Vienna].” 

“There were no easy matches here. It will happen sooner rather than later I think.”

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