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Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Parenthood has influenced Andy Murray's structure, as indicated by previous British number one Annabel Croft.

The 28-year-old world number two lost to Grigor Dimitrov in the third round of the Miami Open.

Murray came back to activity before in March in the wake of turning into a father yet made an early exit from Indian Wells.Life has quite recently changed for him and he's simply attempting to recover energy, however right now it's a touch of battle," Croft told BBC Scotland.

"He [Murray] hasn't played a considerable measure of tennis this year. He required some investment off when his wife had their first child," she included.

"He looked tired and candidly depleted. It's something that we never, ever toss at Andy that he could lose a match for an absence of wellness.

"I know he had his gang over in Miami. Having had three youngsters myself, you realize that if there's an infant in the house you can't make tracks in an opposite direction from it and on the off chance that it's crying around evening time, your rest will be a tad bit upset.

"He's most likely a tad bit more depleted in each region and abruptly there's significantly more to consider off the court than there has been previously. Thus, I certainly believe it's influenced him."


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