Andy Murray opened the scoring record of the match


British tennis player Andy Murray has revealed how tiring he was between his win over Thanasi Kokkinakis and his loss to Roberto Bautista Agut.

After losing to the Spaniard in the third round in four sets, Murray told reporters he had only slept three hours before taking the epic five-set treatment.

“When I played a match with Kokkinakis, I slept from six to nine in the morning, which is not enough,” he said with a smile.

Andy Murray opened the scoring record of the match

“Then I had to come here. I got about seven or eight blisters that I had to drain and then he put this liquid in to dry it out.

“I had to come in the morning to give myself time to get up. Then I went back to the hotel, slept for a few hours, and then hit for about 15 minutes yesterday. Yes, ice baths, I saw my body.”

Murray said he was proud of his performance despite last night’s loss.

“I feel like I gave everything I could to this event. That’s why I’m proud of it,” he said.

“It’s really, in everything you do, everything you can do. You can’t always control the outcome. You cannot control the quality or outcome of the game.

Andy Murray opened the scoring record of the match

“You can control the effort you put into him, and I’ve given him everything in the last three games. I’m very proud of it.”

The 35-year-old has come close to retiring once, in 2019 – ironically, it was Bautista Agut who finished the Australian Open that night.

But he said there’s more left in the tank.

“I felt good about my game. “I feel better when I play like that, when it’s important and I really believe I can do damage,” he said. announced.

“But, yes, I can run deeper than the third round of the Slam, no doubt about it. Obviously, drawings can be opened for you. I have to help with that too.

“If I played at this level last year, I wouldn’t be ranked 50th or 60th in the world. It’s up to me to try to change that.”

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