Andy Murray showed empathy for David Goffin’s injury troubles after moving past the former world number seven 6-2 ret. to reach the last four in Sydney.
David Goffin appeared to re-injure his knee during the match against Murray with the Belgian struggling to come back from a knee injury sustained in Halle last year. Late in the first set, Goffin received treatment on his knee before
Murray took the set and the Belgian called an end to the match. After the match, Murray said:
“I think he’s missed the last eight months with injury. I believe he had surgery on the elbow and then he’s had a problem with his knee for the last three or four months. Yeah, it sucks. The injuries as you get older, they can get you down a little bit. Hopefully he’s ok.”
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Asked about his own game Murray admitted that there are things he likes and things he does not like:
“I think the movement is what I was most pleased with. I maybe made a few more errors than I would’ve liked today. But yeah I thought I moved well which was really positive.”
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