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Andy Murray recovers from a sluggish start versus Matteo Berrettini

In the Miami Open, Andy Murray has advanced to the next round despite a sluggish start against Matteo Berrettini.. The final tally was 4-6, 6-3, and 6-4 in the Round of 128 of the tennis tournament. The 36-year-old 3-time Grand Slam winner is now eyeing his second consecutive match this season. He is currently the third active player to have 30 wins in an event, behind Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal, with 44 and 40 wins, respectively.

Andy, in the Men’s Single category, faced Matteo to come across a potential loss. The first section of the game was more in favor of his opponent. However, a quick recovery helped him overcome the faults made previously. He made decent sets to emerge victorious.

He won a hundred points and 16 games, while Matteo was restricted to 90 points for a deficit of 10, along with 13 games won. Murray interacted with the media to acknowledge that his start was on the slower side, adding that it was in the middle of the game that he picked up the pace and started playing well. Indeed, Berrettini was better positioned to clinch the victory since he was dominating the set.

Andy stated that there were many times when he created opportunities and capitalized on those moments to better conclude the tennis game.

Tennis betting sites are buzzing with anticipation as the Round of 64 of the Miami Open will commence shortly, and Murray will face Etcheverry. Upcoming games from the Round of 128 to look out for are between Altmaier & Mayot, Dere & Wong, and Auger-Aliassime & Walton, to mention a few. Cachin and Vavassori have already met, ending the game with a win for Vavassori by 6-2 and 6-2.

Andrea pretty much dominated the tennis court by securing 60 points against 35 and winning 12 games against 4 by his opponent.

Women’s Singles saw one event end with a walkover. That was between Hunter and Trevisan, after Storm managed to bag 6-3 and 3-0 in the Miami Open event. The game ended with Hunter having won 41 points and 9 games, restricting her opponent to 26 points and 3 games. The category will next begin with Round 64, wherein the initial game will be played between Mertens and Townsend. The next match pitted Parry & Haddad Maia against Boulter & Fruhvirtova.

Andy Murray came to the Miami Open after losing his match in the Round of 64 at the Indian Wells Masters against Rublev. Andy fought heavily in the first game, ending at 7-6 for Rublev. A massive loss by 6-1 followed, taking Andrey Rublev forward with 84 points and 13 games.

He previously made it to the Round of 16 in the Dubai Tennis Championships. Then they lost to Humbert by 6-2 and 6-4.

John Scott

John Scott joined the Times of Casino’s team as a news writer. He previously worked with foremost publications as an intern. He holds bachelor of journalism degree and more than three years of experience of writing. In his free time, he enjoys travelling different places.

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