Andy Murray says Cameron Norrie is a ‘great example’ for other players after his

Andy Murray says Cameron Norrie is a ‘great example’ for other players after his

Andy Murray has praised the performance of fellow Briton Cameron Norrie

Andy Murray has praised Cameron Norrie as a “great example” for others follow his remarkable run to the glory of Indian Wells last week.

Norrie got Dan Evans in as the new UK No. 1 before achieving something Murray has so far eluded by beating Nikoloz Basilashvili win the unofficial ‘fifth major’ in California.

He is now in 16th place and started the season at 71 . with an eye on the season-closing ATP Finals a strong opportunity.

Norrie reflected on an incredible week after I got out of a .  came set down    Nikoloz Basilashvili.  defeat in the final of    the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells on Sunday

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Norrie reflected on an incredible week after I got out of a . came set down Nikoloz Basilashvili. defeat in the final of the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells on Sunday

Norrie reflected on an incredible week after I got out of a . came set down Nikoloz Basilashvili. defeat in the final of the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells on Sunday

Earlier world Murray said: “I’d be lying if I said I honestly did. amount of time around him and practiced with it best a lot and it works extremely hard.

“I think he’s a great example for not just British players but all tennis players to watch and go, if you make the effort in day in, day out and devote yourself to the sport in the right way, have an attitude like he does it, it can take a long, long time way.

“It was of course a phenomenal achievement, but I think maybe the season he has is more impressive than that one week.

He wins every week matches, he has been played six final, and this year he is looking like he goes win more matches on the tour than he had in every season he had combined beforehand.

“So that shows you how a lot of of An improvement He is made. I knew he was good, but to be top 20 in the world and push for a stain in the tour finale is an incredible effort.”

Murray won the European Open in Antwerp two years ago

Murray won the European Open in Antwerp two years ago

Murray’s ranking has dropped to 172 as a result of the points of his triumph in 2019 at the European Open in Antwerp is finally coming off.

He is back in Belgium, the stage of to be last singles title in 2019, when he claimed an emotional victory over Stan Wawrinka in the final.

The last couple of months have been his most positive period in the last two years since his hip surgery, and although the Scotsman last can play a sequence of tournaments and met an encouraging form, he has found wins hard come.

The Scot was defeated in a long busting match against    Alexander Zverev in California last week

The Scot was defeated in a long busting match against Alexander Zverev in California last week

Defeat by Alexander Zverev in the third round in Indian Wells belonged to Murray latest frustrating defeat of a top player, and he scolded himself as he walked off the court.

In his press conference afterwards, the 34-year-old stated that he believed he was not far off from winning a title again, and he said, “A few things… need change for me to do that, but I don’t see any physical issue for me for not being able to.

“And also I believe my tennis is there at a level where if I can get through… one of die matches, there comes a big week soon. I beat Basilashvili earlier this year and he is playing in the final of masters. i practiced with Cam Norrie Loading of times and treated myself just fine.”

Murray wants play American Frances Tiafoe in to be first-round match on Tuesday.

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