British tennis star Andy Murray has admitted that his Roland Garros loss in in 2016 final to his all time rival Novak Djokovic remains one his most shattering losses.
Djokovic beat him in Paris, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 to capture his first and only French Open title.
The two stars on Friday shared an Instagram Live chat where they talked about their rivalry which traces to their childhood and is still strong in their early 30s.
“If I could change one result, I obviously would have loved to win the Australian Open or the French Open, but as a challenge for me, because clay was such a tough surface for me throughout my career, winning French Open would be the greatest achievement in my career” Murray said.
“I felt like a played well overall, but you beat me in the London Olympics in the semis, 7-5, 7-5,” Djokovic said.
“I felt the quality of the match was pretty good, you were just better in the decisive moments of the sets.
Djokovic remains unhappy about losing in the Olympic games but remains happy about participation and how he played.
“I was devastated when I lost because it was Olympic Games, but I was happy with the way I played.” he said.