In a preview of his Indian Wells 2023 debut, Britain’s Andy Murray admits that he feels very good physically, certainly better than he has in a long time, and is eager to continue his good run of results from this start of the season.
Although competing with the metal hip, Andy Murray continues to delight the tennis world with his great character and fighting spirit that he shows early in the game 2023. The Scotsman, a recent finalist Dohahas been raised three matches this year, going up against one or more match points, except for his huge comeback in the second round Australian Open until against Thanasi Kokkinaki 05:45 Duration one hour.
None of this would have been possible without the great pre-season work the Brits have put in, giving him physical opposition we haven’t seen in a long time. In statements collected by an accurate and official website ATPMurray said he feels much better physically than he did a few years ago and is confident he can go far Indian Wellsa tournament that, however, historically has not been very good.
Physically better than in previous years
«I want to go far in these tournaments, which hasn’t happened in recent years. I feel that i play well enough to do it. I feel better physically than I have in a long time, so if I have to play three or four games in a few days, I think I can do it and continue to play at a high level.»
«Even 18 months or two years ago when it happened, I didn’t feel like I was recovering that well. My body was sore and tired, but I’ve worked hard to get back to this point and I’m sure I’ll be ready to give a good performance at some point.«.
Enjoy more of the circuit
«I’ve always had a good time here. At this point in my career you want to make the most of every opportunity that you have to play in these types of events. You never know when it will be the last time. I definitely try to enjoy everything«.
match by match
«There are a lot of Brits in my part of the draw, but I had to win two games to arrive. let’s see what happens«.
Murray begins his journey in the first Masters 1,000 year on Thursday against the Argentinian Tomas Martin Echeverry, 61 in the world and second Chile last week. The duel takes place in the third round of the midfield, which starts its day session at 20:00 Spanish time (11:00 local time).