Andy Murray on Rogers Cup exit: 'I just felt very slow'

Defeated Murray: 'I just felt very slow'
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Andy Murray “couldn't get anything going” during his Rogers Cup defeat to Kevin Anderson.

Andy Murray has admitted that he “couldn't get anything going” during his Rogers Cup defeat to Kevin Anderson today.

The Scot lost in straight sets to the South African, dashing his hopes for a third consecutive Canadian Masters title.

“I just felt very slow. The game seemed to be going so fast,” Murray said. “It's happened to me already once this year. I've trained really hard to get ready for the tournament. I've always played very well here.

“I started both sets really, really badly which doesn't help against someone that serves like Kevin. “

Murray will play doubles alongside his brother Jamie tomorrow, before beginning preparations for next week’s Cincinnati Open.

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