Poor form coming into the Roland Garros fortnight meant few considered the world No 1 a realistic contender for a first French Open success.
But having shown signs of being back close to his best against Juan Martin Del Potro yesterday, he goes into tomorrow's fourth-round clash with Karen Khachanov believing he is back on track.
“I wasn’t playing well enough last week to win the tournament,” he admitted.
“When I was practising and stuff I wasn’t playing well enough.
Andy Murray always felt like he could turn around his bad form
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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.”
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