Former Wimbledon champion Andy Murray knocked out seed Matteo Beratini from the Australian Open after going to a final-set tiebreak.
In a first-round upset in Melbourne, Murray won 6-3 6-3 4-6 6-7 (7-9) 6-6 (*10-6) against Beratini.
Biding to defeat a top 20 player at a Grand Slam for the first time since his hip problems began in 2017, Murray won the opening two sets before Beratini held on in a dramatic fourth-set tiebreak. Competed on equal footing.
Scott was able to secure his victory after four hours and 49 minutes of play.
Speaking on Eurosport after the match, Murray said he would feel the effects of the 10-point tie-breaker this evening and tomorrow, but was “incredibly happy and proud” of himself.
“I have worked a lot with my team in the last few months to give me the opportunity to perform in matches like this against players like Matteo,” he said. They said.
“It feels like you’re so far away, and I was a little bit lucky at the end with Netcord. I think the tennis was really good at the end. He was serving incredible, and he’s among the best competitors on the tour. is one of. I did well
“I had a few break points early in the third set but I just didn’t get to it. It felt like he was serving incredible. I made some changes towards the end of the fifth set, maybe I’ll do it sooner. Take it?”
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