Andy Murry is a happy guy right now!
The former world no.1 has a good start of the season in Brisbane after he defeated James Duckworth 6-4 6-3.
Andy was pretty much in control of the match. After he broke his opponent in the 6th game of the opener (4-2), he dropped his own serve soon after (4-3), but once again he broke James again soon after (5-3) before wrapping up the set 6-3.
The second set was a bit more “regular” and the only difference between the 2 opponents was a break in the 9th game when the Australian dropped his serve at love. Eventually, Murray won 6-3 6-4 in 88 minutes.
It’s been really hard. MURRAY
Soon after the match, Andy commented
“It’s been really hard.18 months, a lot of ups and downs. It was tricky to get back on the court competing again. I want to try enjoy playing tennis as long as I can.
“It’s been really hard… 18 months, a lot of ups and downs. It was tricky to get back on the court competing again. I want to try enjoy playing tennis as long as I can.” — @andy_murray #BrisbaneTennis pic.twitter.com/37LNC2JcJ6
— #BrisbaneTennis (@BrisbaneTennis) January 1, 2019
Next 2nd round: Murray vs. Medvedev
Andy will face the world no.16 Daniil Medvedev in the 2nd round. They have never played each other so far.
|A GOOD ONE
|Embed from Getty Images|
More about Murray