Murray looks to get better
Andy Murray believes the further he can go in the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells the better he will perform.
The number three seed overcame an abysmal start to see off the challenge of unheralded Russian Evgeny Donskoy in his opening match. Playing for the first time since losing the Australian Open final to Novak Djokovic, the world number three found himself 5-1 down in the opening set against a player ranked 80 places below him before clawing his way back to win 5-7 6-2 6-2.
"I hope I play better at each match. I haven't played well here the last few years and I just need to get matches under my belt," Murray said on Sky Sports 4.
"I haven't played a lot of matches so I didn't take the points as soon as I would have liked, but I hit the ball well at the end of the match.
"I wasn't so concerned with the whole of the first set or the start of the match," he said on Sky Sports 4.
"I went 5-1 down and after that I played pretty well. I had four or five break points at 5-5, didn't quite get them and he came out with some big shots.
"And the game where I got broken at 6-5, I maybe played one bad point. But he did come up with some big shots and big forehand winners so I was happy with the way I played after that, I created a lot of chances."