Andy Murray wins for the Britishon September 14th, 2012 at 10:28 am
During the US Open post game press conference Andy Murray in an extinguished slump after 4 hours of matches describes his feelings to reactions to his strongly desired win.
“It was a tough match. You need to focus so hard every show because the ball is so hard to control. It’s challenging… you know. It was an incredibility tough match and yeah, it obviously felt great at the end. I mean relief is probably the best word I’d use to describe how I’m feeling just now. If I had lost this one for two sets up that would have been a tough one to take.”
Murray, fumbled through the press’s questions as he tried to beat passing out – as he was clearly exhausted, mentioning that this win shows the British can win a Grand Slam, it can inspire young kids to play tennis and that this was not the final match.
Murray exclaimed that the season runs from January to November and that who ever wins in the “End” is the best in the world and desires it. Winning a grand slam does not make you the best. Murray needed rest and was super grateful that his health allows him to still play the grueling matches and looks forward to complete the season on top.