I have a lot of respect for them, Andy Murray answers to Novak Djokovic and Iga Swiatek’s compliments.

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Andy Murray, a three-time Grand Slam winner, says he is fortunate to be receiving words of support from people like Novak Djokovic and Iga Swiatek. Djokovic praised Murray‘s feats before the beginning of the season, saying, “That is just something you must admire and give “chapeau” to.” Murray was praised by Swiatek for his resilience, saying: “And you are an inspiration on so many levels.” Former No. 1 in the world Murray acknowledged having “a lot of respect” for both the men’s and women’s game’s best players right now.

Receiving messages from those players is pleasant. In a recent interview with The Times, Andy Murray stated, “Clearly, I have a great deal of respect for them.

Murray is honored by Djokovic and Swiatek’s compliments.

At the beginning of the 2023 season, Murray, 35, went back in time.

In the opening round of the Australian Open, Murray defeated Matteo Berrettini by saving a match point. In his subsequent round, Murray overcame a two-set deficit to defeat Thanasi Kokkinakis in a nearly six-hour match.

In the semifinal match against Jiri Lehecka last week in Doha, Murray saved five match points while saving three against Lorenzo Sonego. “I’m conscious that the matches I’ve had this year have been absurd, but it hasn’t occurred in my career before.

It appears that I have had six or seven consecutive amazing bouts. Last year, I had numerous discussions with my team, particularly at the back end, because I was unable to prevail in close games. When I win one or two of these, things will change, I thought.

I’m not going to keep dropping these games or points by a small margin. Clearly, there has been a significant shift, according to Murray. Murray made the decision not to compete this week in Dubai after coming in second. The Indian Wells Masters is where Murray is anticipated to make his comeback.