Murray feeling less pressure after breaking Grand Slam duck at US Open

Sydney: British tennis star Andy Murray has said he is feeling less pressure after he broke his Grand Slam duck at the US Open this year, and added that he feels mentally much more relaxed now. Murray said he would enter next year’s Australian Open with a completely different mindset and credited coach Ivan Lendl for his newfound confidence, reports.

The Olympic gold medallist said that in the last three, four or five years there has been significant pressure on his mind, and added that he feels more relaxed and relieved after winning the US Open, Murray said he hopes to repeat his Flushing Meadows success at the Australian Open, and added that hiring Lendl helped him improve on the smallest of physicological and technical details.


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