Andy Murray details problem that led to Indian Wells exit in Alexander Bublik loss


It was Murray’s fifth second-round loss in a row after the Australian Open, Rotterdam, Doha and Dubai, and after the match he admitted he thought he had more chances to take control but blew them.

“Both of us had some chances in the tie-break, but in the first set I certainly created more of the opportunities and I didn’t take them,” the 2009 runner-up said.

“He obviously came up with some good serves at times, but I certainly had my chances and against players that play that style of tennis and have obviously big serves and are not easy to break.”

Confessing that he hadn’t been clutch in the key moments, costing him the match, he added: “You need to be ruthless when you get your chances and I just didn’t quite play well enough in those moments today.”


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