Originally Posted by Bablu
I would hardly call it destroyed , especially when he was down matchpoint. He did play really well though and I was quite impressed.
Just another one of those instances when Murray wasn't aggressive enough, that 3rd set was quite passive from him.
I was there live today, and I basically saw the same thing.
In the first set and a half, Murray's defensive play worked well and Sam donated a lot of points. However, as soon as Sam started to pick things up in the second set, Murray did not change his level of intensity at all.