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Murray 'very disappointed' with defeat
British number one Andy Murray insists he will use his surprise defeat by Marin Cilic at the US Open to improve his Grand Slam challenge next year.
"The way the match went makes it disappointing but I believe I will come back better from it," Murray said after his 7-5 6-2 6-2 fourth-round defeat.
"I will learn from this week like I have most weeks when I've lost and I will come back better and stronger.
"I think I will be a better player next year than this year."
Murray had two set points in the 10th game of the match but could not convert and 16th seed Cilic dominated from then on.
The Croat hit a total of 35 winners compared to just 13 by Murray, who failed to convert any of seven break points.
I have to work on my game a lot so when I go into the Slams at the start of next year that I'm ready to win one
Asked if it was the biggest disappointment of his career, the 22-year-old Scot said: "My tennis career, yeah. I mean, worse things have happened to me, that's for sure."
He added: "I'm very disappointed I didn't win, but I played badly and didn't deserve to. I started the match well but when I lost the first set and went behind, I started making a lot of silly mistakes.
"That was one of the most disappointing things, that I couldn't come back when I'm usually able to find a way back in."
And Murray defended himself from the suggestion that he let the match slip away after dropping the first set.
"I think mentally I'm very strong," he said. "Today I could have been better in every part of the game.
"When the match started to get away from me, I couldn't get into enough return games and couldn't find a way to get back into it. He played at a high tempo and never let me have a chance.
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