Andy Murray is still haunted by the defeat of Novak Djokovic in this tournament

Andy Murray

Tennis News: Andy Murray acknowledged that the defeat of the 2016 French Open final of his arch enemy, Novak Djokovic, was one of the most heartbreaking defeats.

Andy Murray In the final, Djokovic won 3-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 to win the first and only French Open title to date.

Some time ago, Murray and Djokovic met with each other through Instagram Live, where they talked about their rivalry which began when they were junior players and still runs until now when they have reached their 30s.

“If I can change one match result, I certainly want to win the Australian Open or French Open, but that is a big challenge for me, because clay-court is a very challenging field for me throughout my career,” Murray told Djokovic.

“In terms of the way I play on clay-court, I have the most difficulty adapting to that field. If I can win the French Open, that will be my biggest achievement.”

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“Traveling in Australia has been quite painful for me thanks to you for the past few seasons. If I can change one, I want to snatch the French Open from you.”

Then until now, Djokovic still continues to outperform Murray. In his second head-to-head, Djokovic excels far enough with 25-11. As for the victory at the Grand Slam, Djokovic has won 17 titles, while Murray has only claimed three titles.

However, Murray managed to collect two Olympic gold medals that he got from London in 2012 and Rio de Janeiro in 2016. And He defeated Djokovic in the semifinals before winning a gold medal in London.

We know that Andy Murray has stated that he hasn’t been able to hit a single ball in five weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but he feels good enough and is getting closer to fully recovering.

A tennis player who has won three Grand Slam titles, Murray hasn’t played any competitive matches since the Davis Cup Finals in Madrid last November after he was injured again.

This makes Murray forced to withdraw from the Australian Open this season and several other tournaments, hoping to return to action at the Miami Open.

However, the plan is only a plan after the tournament was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic since early March when the tournament at Indian Wells was officially canceled. While the Miami Open was held right after the tournament at Indian Wells.

Even so, through Instagram Live with Rafael Nadal, Murray revealed that he was trying to stay in shape during the lockdown.

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