Andy Murray: I want multiple tiles, but also have goals to achieve more than that

Murray, 35, hopes to make some noise before retiring.

by Dzevad Mesic
Andy Murray: I want multiple tiles, but also have goals to achieve more than that

Andy Murray reveals he wants to win multiple titles before he retires but also noted that he has other goals in mind to accomplish. Murray, 35, hasn't won any ATP titles since beating Stan Wawrinka in the 2019 Antwerp final.

This week in Doha, Murray clinched several notable wins as he saved three match points in the first round en route to beating former world No 21 Lorenzo Sonego. After outlasting Sonego, Murray also beat 2020 US Open runner-up Alexander Zverev in a thriller.

On Thursday, Murray defeated Alexandre Muller in the Doha quarterfinal 4-6 6-1 6-2.

Murray: I want to win multiple titles

"I want to win multiple. I mean, obviously I'd love to win one, but I have goals to achieve more than that.

I feel like these last few weeks are a step in the right direction, and if I continue to play and compete like I am just now, I'll have, you know, not just one opportunity to win a title, but I'll have more chances to do that in this last stage of my career.

Yeah, I'm putting myself in a position now, you know, to do that going into the last couple of matches, and granted, the players who are still in the tournament, it's not going to be easy. With each of these wins, I'll build more and more confidence and, you know, hopefully continue to start the matches a bit quicker, a bit better because of that.

I'm sure some easier or quicker wins will come, as I'm sure there will be the occasional loss that's quick, too," Murray said in Doha, per Sportskeeda. Meanwhile, it has been a positive start to the season for Murray. At the Australian Open, Murray clinched back-to-back five-set thriller wins over Matteo Berrettini and Thanasi Kokkinakis.

It is not a secret that Murray wants to make at least one more deep Grand Slam run before he retires and his result in Australia has certainly lifted his confidence.

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