Paris, May 30 (ANI): British tennis star Andy Murray is in a mood to reach another Grand Slam final, and will take on Tomas Berdych in the fourth round of the French Open.
He says that he plans to force the big-hitting Czech to play the game his way.
"I've not always been really aggressive because that is not my game, so, I just have to find a way of frustrating my opponents. It's difficult sometimes, because you are playing at the highest level but you find a weakness in the other player and try to tailor your game plan to accommodate that," News of The World quoted Murray, as saying.
"Andy's biggest strength is probably his game intelligence and the way he adapts his game from opponent to opponent," said former World No.1 Andy Roddick.
"If you can change the way you are playing, play different shots, bring your opponent to the net, or come to the net yourself, or hit the ball flat, or with heavier top spin, those things definitely help. I always had the variety - I just didn't know how to use it that well. In the last couple of years I've learned to use it better. When my mind's focused on the match I can beat most players," Murray said.(ANI)