My best win since return, says Andy Murray after beating Edmund
In the first match I basically spent the whole match defending, I was playing quite far behind the baseline. And that's not really how I want to be playing moving forward." Andy Murray said
Andy Murray believes the manner of his victory over Kyle Edmund at the Citi Open in Washington was just as important as the result. The former world number one prevailed 7-6, 1-6, 6-4 in the battle of the Brits to clinch the biggest win of his comeback from hip surgery. Murray, now 832nd in the world rankings, was encouraged by a more attacking display against his compatriot.
"It my best win since I started playing again," Murray said. "It's a great win for me. It'll give me more confidence going forward. It was much better, just in terms of the way I actually played the match. In the first match I basically spent the whole match defending, I was playing quite far behind the baseline. And that's not really how I want to be playing moving forward."
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