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Medvedev, Thiem, Zverev, Tsitsipas not near toppling Big Three: Andy Murray

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Andy Murray was not shocked that Novak Djokovic received his ninth Australian Open crown on Sunday and mentioned that the ‘young guns’ on the lads’s tour haven’t closed the hole on the ‘Big Three’.
Daniil Medvedev reached the ultimate in Melbourne on the again of a 20-match successful streak however was crushed in straight units by Djokovic, who clinched his 18th Grand Slam crown.
The Serb’s triumph means 15 of the final 16 majors have been received by Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal.
“I expected the final to be closer, but I also know how good Novak is there and when he’s on his game and highly motivated,” mentioned Murray, who pulled out of the event after he was unable to discover a “workable quarantine” following a optimistic COVID-19 check.
“It’s totally different standing to return or to serve in a Grand Slam ultimate, than a quarter-final or a semi-final, when you’re developing towards somebody who’s received 17 of them.
“It’s pretty intimidating and younger guys have not shown that they are particularly close.”
The 33-year-old Briton, a three-time Grand Slam winner, mentioned he didn’t watch a lot of the event as a result of disappointment of lacking out.
“I watched very little, I wanted to be there and it was a struggle,” he mentioned. “I stopped following all the tennis players I follow on social media because I just really didn’t want to see it.”