Talented tennis player Andy Murray has been beaten and knocked out by Felix Auger-Aliassime in the US Open second round, losing 6-2 6-3 6-4 in New York.
According to BBC, Murray, 33, came back from two sets down in his first-round match on Tuesday but never threatened to do the same against the 20-year-old Canadian.
Surprisingly, he was not able to create a break point against the 15th seed, who hit 52 winners to Murray’s nine under the roof on Arthur Ashe Stadium.
On the next phase after his win, Auger-Aliassime will face Britain’s Dan Evans or Corentin Moutet next.
After heavy rain stopped play on Flushing Meadows’ outside courts, the British number one and France’s Moutet must finish their second-round match on Friday.
Murray made some comments after the interesting game. He said, “He got quite a lot of free points with the first serve, and then even when I was getting a racket on it he was able to dictate off the first shot of the rally,” .
“Physically, I actually did pretty well I thought in the first round. But I think the more tournaments that you play, the more matches that you play, you build up that sort of robustness in your body which right now I don’t really have.”