Jerzy Janowicz remains focused on top 10

Jerzy Janowicz returns the ball to Richard Gasquet during their match at the Rome Masters on May 16, 2013
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Jerzy Janowicz reacts to his Wimbledon semi-final defeat to Andy Murray.

Jerzy Janowicz has insisted that he remains determined to break into the ATP top 10 despite this evening's Wimbledon semi-final defeat to Andy Murray.

The Pole admitted that he was disappointed following the 6-7[2] 6-4 6-4 6-3 loss, but remains upbeat about his future prospects.

"I'm a little bit disappointed," Reuters quotes him as saying. "Today I didn't play my best tennis. I think this was second worst match during this tournament. I was struggling a little bit with my serve.

"I'm just hoping one day I'll become top 10 in the world."

The 24th seed became the first Polish man to reach a Grand Slam semi-final after seeing off Lukasz Kubot in the last eight.

Andy Murray of Britain reacts after winning against Jerzy Janowicz of Poland during their Men's singles semifinal match at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships on July 5, 2013
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