Murray looking forward to break


Originally published on: 26/02/10 13:04

The 22-year-old reached just the second slam final of his career, but came up short against world number one Roger Federer in a 6-3 6-4 7-6 (13/11) defeat under the Rod Laver Arena lights.

Murray, who is not due to return to the ATP Tour until the Marseille Open on February 15, said: “I’ll take some time off now and rest and see what I want to do in terms of my game; what my priorities are going to be.”

He added: “Obviously it’s pretty quick after the match to know exactly how my game is going to feel or what this does for me.

“But obviously getting to a second slam final, it’s a great achievement. So I’ve got to be proud of that.”


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