London, Apr 23 (ANI): After suffering a quarter-final exit, tennis World No. 4 Andy Murray believes that patience will be the key to success for the next month's French Open.
Murray was beaten by Czech Tomas Berdych in the Monte Carlo Masters, but he will be back on court in Barcelona this week, where he would be honing tennis skills his next before the next month's French Open.
"I need to be patient on this surface so I really can't be too disappointed. It always takes me a bit of time," the Daily Mirror quoted Murray, as saying.
Murray, who is going to partner his brother Jamie in the Barcelona doubles, admitted that he needed to 'improve his depth on clay'. (ANI)
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