London, May 1 (ANI): British tennis star Andy Murray has admitted that he has weaknesses on clay, and does not know how to fix it.
The world No 4 crashed out to Argentine Juan Monaco in round two of the Rome Masters, reports The Sun.
Murray said: "It's tough to get the ball through the court and put pressure on a guy's weakness. You need to have more of a set pattern of play to really go for a weakness. I'll do some leg work to give myself more balance on the clay." (ANI)