Andy Roddick: Alexander Zverev’s matches don’t feel like rollercoaster anymore


Former world No. 1 Andy Roddick thinks that Alexander Zverev is now ending off matches in a way more calmer means than it was the case earlier in his profession. On Tuesday, No. 3 seed Zverev handed a 6-4 7-6 (4) loss to former world No.

1 Andy Murray within the Indian Wells Masters third spherical. Zverev was down by a break in every set however he recovered to e-book a straight-set win. “Zverev’s matches do not feel like a rollercoaster anymore. He has type of leveled off,” Roddick mentioned throughout his look on Tennis Channel.

Roddick additionally supplied a constructive perception on Murray

“The excellent news about that is that we are literally speaking about Murray’s type so far as tennis. We’re not speaking about is he ever going to have the ability to play once more, will he ever be the identical,” Roddick mentioned.

After the match, former world No. 1 Murray thought he wasn’t ok in opposition to Zverev. “I don’t suppose I performed properly at present,” mentioned Murray. “There’s a lot of errors. There’s some good things in there however it was blended in with dangerous.

There was no type of consistency I don’t suppose. “My common degree was simply not likely there at present. It was both good or dangerous. I wouldn’t put that down as taking part in very well.” Murray additionally blamed lack of consistency for his loss.

“The consistency isn’t there,” Murray admitted. “The choice making will not be nice within the essential moments nonetheless. They’re moments that I used to be at all times very sturdy in and I haven’t been this 12 months.

So, upset with that. “The constructive for me to take from it’s I clearly had alternatives once more. I didn’t really feel like I performed an excellent match and nonetheless had probabilities in order that’s constructive. However I’m upset as a result of I clearly need to be profitable these matches. I haven’t prior to now few months”.

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