For two years now, Murray has lacked a clear gameplan - his game isn't opportunistic enough.
The Scot is waiting too much and his level isn't steady enough from one match to another because he doesn't have a base to build and rely on. He often loses himself on the way because he doesn't know where he wants to go.
And he often gets frustrated very easily: he loses lucidity and this is what makes his level go down. During the final, he looked desperate and resigned. He never rebelled.
But this kind of tough analysis needs to be put into perspective. For now, the Brit is just missing the littleRead More »from Murray needs clearer gameplan