Same thing what he did back in 2012/13 - avoid Big 3 player before final and pray for final opponent having an off day.We know Murray has lost a considerable number of finals. But after his latest defeat in Australia, I don't think I can recall a player losing so many finals in either the mens or womens game since I've been watching tennis. As it stands Murray played nine major finals so far and lost seven?
2008 US Open, 2010 Australia, 2011 Australia, 2012 Wimbledon, 2013 Australia, 2015 Australia, 2016 Australia.
That is a very poor return in finals which no player would wish to have. Now, I understand the argument that he has done fantastically well to get to so many finals and of course played top players every time. But both finalists always have a chance to win. So, what does Murray have to seriously consider doing to turn this situation around? Tactically? Coach wise etc? What should Murray focus on, assuming he will play a few more major finals before his career is over.