Andy Murray: “I’ve definitely had my doubts at times.”

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Andy Murray, who is 35 years old and has had numerous procedures and health issues, never ceases to surprise. After more than four hours of play, the British tennis player saved a match point and defeated the tournament’s 13th-seeded Italian, Matteo Berrettini.

With his 50th Australian Open triumph today, Murray continues to prove the worth and stature of a tennis player. At his news conference, the tennis star said the following; these are his exact words: “Well, I have to admit that I’m worn out.

But after thinking about the game clearly, I believe it was a pretty fantastic game. I persevered till the very end because, considering his level, he was able to flee and run once. Actually, I had multiple opportunities to close; otherwise, I believe I could have done so even in the third set.

I’m pleased with how well I played. In recent years, I have frequently questioned my abilities and my own abilities, and many others have done the same. After the game, I experienced a strong sense of pride that I hadn’t felt in a while. I had put in a lot of effort during training and the match, and I was impressed with my level of play.

Normally, I’m not impressed—in fact, I often get upset with myself—but tonight, I believe you should give me some credit—the past few years haven’t been easy. I lost a lot of close matches, but I felt like I should have won the Wimbledon matchups against Tsitsipas and Isner.” The tennis star went on to discuss his particular training while in Australia, saying, “I was there for three weeks, I went to the physiotherapist, and we trained there every day.”

Murray battled a number of injuries.

Andy Murray thought back on the tremendously challenging past few years, during which he has battled numerous injuries.

Andy Murray admitted, “I believe the last few years, I’ve probably questioned myself at times.” “Undoubtedly, a lot of people are doubting my abilities and my ability to compete at the biggest events and matches.

Yes, after the game, I felt quite pleased of myself. Over the years, I haven’t typically felt that at the conclusion of tennis matches. I’m pleased with the effort I’ve put in over the past few months. I’m quite proud of how hard I battled to win that game.

Usually, I’m really hard on myself. I need to be kind to myself tonight because the past few years have been difficult “Added he.