Big shocking exit from Indian Wells Current World number one Andy Murray made a shock second-round exit at the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells, losing 6-4 7-6 (7-5) to qualifier Vasek Pospisil. Vasek Pospisil, who is current ATP world number 129.
Why Andy Murray loses match against Vasek?
- Andy Murray who is currently world number 1 rank & Murray claimed his maiden Dubai Championships title last week, Murray has often struggled in the desert. As his previous records says having lost in the third round last year. His best result at the tournament was when he was runner-up to Rafael Nadal in 2009.
- Vasek Pospisil aggressive approach: Pospisil was rewarded for his aggressive approach, rushing the net whenever the opportunity arose and pouncing on Murray’s second serve.
- Vasek Pospisil change in strategy: he put the pressure on the Andy by coming to the net, by using the strength which is his ability at the net and serving well
- Andy Murray got opportunities in the first set but he didn’t serve well enough.
Murray said : “The guy was being aggressive and he came out with some fantastic shots as well. So they really got into it.”
However, Andy Murray remains in this year’s doubles alongside fellow Briton Evans as they face Dutchman Jean-Julien Rojer and Romanian Horia Tecau in round two.