Murray admits form concerns

March 13, 2014 09:08:37 UK

Andy Murray has admitted he is concerned about his form.

Andy Murray admits he is yet to rediscover his best form after crashing out at Indian Wells.

The British number one was beaten in three sets by Canadian Milos Raonic in the fourth round.

The big-serving 10th seed completed a third win over Murray in four meetings with a 4-6 7-5 6-3 victory.

Murray missed the latter stages of last year after undergoing back surgery and has failed to replicate the kind of form that saw him land the Wimbledon title last summer since making his comeback.

The Scot, who is currently ranked as the world’s number six, has been beaten four times by players outside of the world’s top 10 since making his return from his spell on the sidelines, and Murray admits he is still trying to find his form.

“To get broken two consecutive times in that situation isn’t good enough,” he said. “I played poor tennis at that stage. I didn’t make enough balls and missed easy shots.”

Murray claims fitness is not an issue, as he feels he has fully recovered from his injury problems.

He added: “Right now, I’m not pulling up after matches stiff or sore or anything like that, so I think I’m match fit and match tight.”

Murray heads to the Miami Masters later this month as the defending champion and he will be eager to get back to his best before the French Open, which is the next Grand Slam event.

Murray is 17.00 to win the French Open, Rafael Nadal can be backed at 1.66 and Novak Djokovic is 2.75.

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