Andy Murray won the match in the main tournament six months later. On Monday, in the first round of hard courts at the ATP 500 Championship Hall in Rotterdam, he defeated Britain’s Robin Haas in three sets.
Andy Murray, a former ATP captain and three major tournament winners, is fighting to regain his elimination after hip surgery. The Scot is currently ranked 123 in the singles standings and had to get a wild card to play in the Rotterdam tournament. In the first round he found Robin Haas, who also received a pass from the organizers to the main category.
They both know each other very well. Their match was the sixth in the main series. Turns out Murray did better for the fifth time, but that wasn’t easy. The Scot spent 2.5 hours on the field, had moments of poor play, was frustrated, and had to make up for losses, but eventually he won 2: 6, 7: 6 (2), 6: 3, and scored six goals in the final in consecutive matches.
“I was looking for a way to start playing better,” Murray, who had six aces, three breaks and 33 goals on Monday, said on atptour.com. – I’ve been fighting for 2.5 hours and my thighs and thighs are fine, which is a positive thing. But from the tennis game itself, he was average – he judged.
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