Miami: Andy Murray hopes a move from America's West Coast to the East for the Miami ATP Masters will let him move on from a dismal outing at Indian Wells.
"I want to do well here, it's obviously an important week for me," said the world No. 5 from Scotland, who admits his tennis hit a low 11 days ago when he was humiliated in his opening match at Indian Wells by 128th-ranked American Donald Young.
"Indian Wells was tough, because I didn't feel like I did myself much justice on the court. I don't mind normally, like, if you lose and you feel like you've given everything you can, you've left everything on the court.