“There’s a part of me that feels like I’ve worked so hard over the past three months and ultimately not playing how I would like and what I expected,” he said. he declares. “And, it’s like, is it worth it?” Does all that training and everything you do in the gym – unless you can practice and improve your game and get matches and a series of tournaments, like, is it worth all the work you are doing ? “
Murray then weighed the two possible answers.
“There is a part of me that feels, yes it’s true, because I had good memories and stuff from that event and I played in a brilliant atmosphere,” he said. -he declares. “But then, too, I finished the game tonight and I say to my team, ‘Yeah, I’m just not happy with the way I played.'”
Murray seemed to set an ultimatum for his career.
“Unless my team and I can find a way to keep myself on the pitch for a consistent period of time and allow myself to train the way I need to compete with these guys, then, yeah, so that’s where the discussions about what i do next will come in, ”he said. “Because I’ve really invested a lot to get there, but I’m not able to train and prepare for what I need to perform the way I want to at these events.”
Murray then made it clear that he did not expect to overtake Shapovalov.
“He’s a brilliant player,” said Murray. “But I feel like I can do a lot better than what I did tonight.”