Murray was speaking after his close-fought defeat to Alex de Minaur after taking the opening set. And the three-time Major champion rued his missed chances that would have given Team Europe a 3-0 lead over Team World.
He added: “I mean, I think I messed the tiebreak up a little bit, to be honest. You know, I got slightly unfortunate a couple of net cords from his side and a couple of mistakes on my own side.
“Yeah, physically I was struggling, like I said, and when that happens, obviously like shot selection decision-making becomes more challenging, because you’re thinking a little bit more about trying to end points quicker. Against someone like him who moves as well as he does, that doesn’t normally spell good news.
“You know, you need to pick your moments well against him, and towards the end of that second set, I did have some chances to break back. You know, didn’t get them, and then the tiebreak, you know, like I said, what I felt happened. But, yeah, it was a tough match physically. A lot of long points, a lot of long rallies.”