Murray looks for weaknesses in Djokovic game
Jan 14, 2016 Andy Murray recently revealed that his main aim in the New Year will be to bag the Australian Open crown. He however went on to say that his victory at Melbourne Park may be dependent on Novak Djokovic having an off-day.
While speaking to reporters Murray said:
“My number one goal is to try and win here, that’s, I’ve been close many times and that’s my number one goal. Also the Olympics this year in Rio. You know, it’s different for us but I won the gold in London four years ago so to try and defend that is another big goal for me. They would be the two main ones for me.”
Djokovic, who currently holds three of the four grand slam crowns after a dominant 2015, started off the new season with a bang by thrashing Rafa Nadal in straight sets to win the Qatar Open.
Having lost to Djokovic in last year’s final at Melbourne Park and in the 2011 and 2013 title-deciders, Murray said:
“You just have to keep trying to learn, watch his matches, try and see if there’s any sort of weaknesses there that you can capitalise on. Maybe he has a drop-off, it’s very difficult to maintain that level for such a long period. That’s all you can do really.”