French Open 2017: Andy Murray plays Karen Khachanov for a place in the quarter-finals
Murray had struggled to find his form in the opening two matches, losing a set to Andrey Kuznetsov and Martin Klizan in four-set wins.
However, the Scot feels he has already turned his slump – which has persisted since the beginning of 2017 – around.
“I wasn’t playing well enough last week to win the tournament,” Murray said.
“When I was practising and stuff I wasn’t playing well enough.
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“But things can change very quickly – you don’t become a bad tennis player overnight.
“It can only take one or two good practices and things can turn around very quickly. I always felt like I could turn it around.”
French Open 2017 LIVE: Andy Murray v Karen Khachanov latest updates
11.20am: Simona Halep has DESTROYED Carla Suarez Navarro in the opening match of Court Philippe Chatrier today meaning Murray will be out on court a little sooner than we expected.
Hopefully, the Scot won't be caught cold by the early start though. Khachanov is a dangerous man who has already knocked out Tomas Berdych and John Isner – the world No1 cannot afford to be sluggish in the early games.
He'll be out to knock up in a few minutes time.
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