Andy Murray shares his goals for 2023 and confesses that he almost “quit tennis”
Murray is playing his penultimate tournament of the season in Basel this week, where he advanced to the second round after beating qualifier Roman Safiullin on Tuesday, coming back from a set down and winning the last five games in a row 1-4. to reserve his place in the second round.
With the victory, the three-time Major champion notched his most wins in a single season since 2016, the year he won his second Wimbledon crown, his second Olympic gold medal and rose to No. 1 in the world. But the Briton is already looking ahead to next season, as his goal is to continue climbing the rankings to earn a place in the top 32 seeds at all four Grand Slams.
“Look, I know I was about to never play tennis again, but when I started getting rhythm I realized it was possible,” he told Watson.ch, speaking of his ability to be competitive near the top. of tennis. again. “I have to be very careful with the form and timing of training.”
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