Andy Murray admitted he needed to go away and lick his wounds after his Wimbledon disappointment.
The Scot was main world quantity 5 Stefanos Tsitsipas 2-1 of their second-round match when the 11pm curfew kicked in.
It appeared the momentum was with Murray however when the match resumed the next day, the two-time champion was overwhelmed in 5 units.
Murray revealed it took just a few days to get over the slender defeat, however he shortly set about engaged on areas of his sport which he may enhance.
“I went away on vacation straight afterwards,” he mentioned. “All the time instantly after matches, particularly Wimbledon, at majors there’s larger disappointment and larger feelings than at every other time within the 12 months.
“Most likely after three or 4 days of being away from it, I chatted to my group about issues that I really feel I would like to vary, sure pictures in my sport if I needed to win extra of these matches and dictate extra of these matches.
“So I did that, went away and labored on issues for a interval of time.”
Murray is more likely to face one other seed, Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria, within the second spherical of the US Open.
However first the 2012 Flushing Meadows champion should overcome France’s world quantity 72 Corentin Moutet.
“I’ve not performed in opposition to him, however I practised with him as soon as, he’s an unbelievably proficient man,” added Murray.
“He’s not the largest, he tends to play fairly lengthy factors however he’s received tons of selection and good arms on the internet.
“He generally is a bit unstable at occasions however yeah, an excellent problem for me, very totally different to how most gamers play within the draw.
“Numerous the sport these days relies on energy and serves and he’s the alternative actually. A superb check for me.”
Murray is certainly one of six Brits within the first spherical on Tuesday, with Cameron Norrie, Dan Evans, Jack Draper, Katie Boulter and Jodie Burrage additionally in motion.