Murray vow to continue playing if he sees progress in his game

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Andy Murray vow to continue playing if he sees progress in his game as the Brit crashed out of the challenger.

Three-time Grand Slam winner Andy Murray has stated that he will continue to play the game if he sees a sign of improvement.

The 35-year-old suffered defeat to Bublik in the semi final of the challenger Stefanos Tsitsipas and Nick Kyrgios en route to finishing runner-up at the ATP 250 event in Stuttgart.

Former world number one Murray has struggled with a string of injuries in the past few years and is currently ranked 52nd.

The Briton is aiming to get back among the seeds at the Grand Slams as he tries to return to the top echelons of the sport.

“It was disappointing,” Murray said of his latest defeat. “(The) first set came down to a couple of points and then I had a few opportunities in the second. But I thought he played a pretty solid match.

“(I want) to continue to improve. If I keep seeing progress I’ll continue to keep playing.”

However, Murray crashed out in the second round of Wimbledon, where he won titles in 2013 and 2016, after a four-set defeat to John Isner.

“The grasscourt season as a whole there were some good moments, but also some tough ones,” Murray said.

“Today’s match and the loss at Wimbledon were disappointing and frustrating for me, but then I also had my best wins in a while in Stuttgart.

“So a bit up and down, but a little bit of progress overall and I’ll try and keep that going through the hard-court summer.”



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