Kevin Anderson reveals his biggest regret about Wimbledon loss


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Kevin Anderson reveals his biggest regret about Wimbledon loss

Last year's Wimbledon final between Novak Djokovic and Kevin Anderson was balanced only in the third set when the South African had a set point. Reflecting on that match and on his loss to Rafael Nadal in the 2017 US Open, which have been his two Grand Slam finals, this week's Pune Open first seeded player said: 'I feel like both matches I have played, I haven’t been able to play the tennis I am capable of playing.

The closest I came was the third set against Novak at Wimbledon this year when I finally settled down and played the tennis I should have played from the beginning of the match. Not that it’s going to guarantee me a win by any stretch but is going to give me a chance of being competitive.

Obviously getting there is a challenge in itself but once you’re there, just feel you need to be more comfortable.' On his improvements, the world No. 6 added: 'The biggest stage is where you have to treat it like any other tennis match, you can’t let the opponent or the occasion get the better of you.' ALSO READ: Rafael Nadal: Worse players than David Ferrer won a Grand Slam title