Andy Murray looking ahead after third semi-final defeat
British No1 focused on improving his game after suffering third Grand Slam semi-final defeat of the year
Andy Murray has vowed to improve after losing in the semi-finals of a Grand Slam for the third time this year.
Murray was beaten by Rafael Nadal in four sets at the US Open after becoming only the seventh man in the Open era to reach the last four of all of the Majors in the same year.
The Scot, who is in Davis Cup action for Great Britain against Hungary this weekend, said: “I don’t look back, I look forward and try to improve.
“You can spend a lot of time looking back and wondering at things you could have done. You learn from mistakes and then move on.
“This week is the first week of that process and I’ll try to get better.”
Looking ahead to his match with Sebo Kiss, the British No1 added: “It’s always fun coming to Davis Cup.
“I’m a bit tired and I only hit yesterday [Wednesday] for the first time on the court so I won’t expect to win with that scoreline but I’ll just try to win the match.”