Following a tough loss to Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open final last weekend, Andy Murray is upbeat about what’s to come. The Scot shed some light on the post-Australian Open while in Rotterdam this week indicating again that he’s in better shape, both physically and mentally, this year.
And he says now he’s ready again to compete for major titles. But his focus will be on maintaining a consistent level of play throughout the year.
Murray, who won the title in 2009, opens play against qualifier and indoor specialist Nicolas Mahut.
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