ABU DHABI - Andy Murray accepts he is playing with additional "lucidity" and has a superior thought of how he really wants to go up against the top players as he moves toward the new season with reestablished reason and certainty.
The previous world No.1, down to 134 in the rankings, had a positive end of the week in Abu Dhabi, where he guaranteed two triumphs over Dan Evans and Rafael Nadal prior to losing to Andrey Rublev in the last of a display competition.
The 34-year-old Murray, who is endeavoring a rebound no player with a metal hip has at any point set out to set out on, battled to observe his best structure against the top players last season, however completed 2021 for certain promising outcomes, including two top-10 victories over Hubert Hurkacz and Jannik Sinner.
"I feel like presently I'm a great deal more clear to me regarding how I will play and the manner in which I will approach my matches in the following year," Murray told journalists in Abu Dhabi on Saturday.
"Dynamic comes from having a reasonable brain and clearness about the manner in which you need to play and the present moment I'm very certain on that and I accept that will help me in the significant minutes."
Murray missed last February's Australian Open subsequent to contracting Covid-19 and with the current flood in cases in the UK, the Scot is careful about experiencing a comparative destiny in front of the following month's activity in Melbourne.
"Clearly it's a worry," he said. "I need to attempt to remain safe. At the point when I return home, I will do all of my actual preparing at home in my home and try not to go to the public tennis place; there's been various cases there the last week to 10 days."
Murray is hoping to get a trump card into the principle draw of the Australian Open – a competition where he has reached, and lost, five finals.
The Brit claims a solid 48-13 success misfortune record at Melbourne Park however has likewise experienced so many close misses Down Under.
"I sort of feel like I perhaps have the right to have an Australian Open, however I never made it happen in the large matches there," he yielded.
"Drew near and was in great position two or multiple times, yet couldn't change over it, so that is something I clearly need to manage. Be that as it may, my recollections from Australia, as far as how I feel about the spot, I love it there."
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