And some more...
'Murray Recovers to open New Year with win'Independent
'Scrappy Murray prevails after sluggish start'Times Online
Seven aces and Six double faults? Phew!
'Ring-rusty Murray up and running'Telegraph
"Apart from my first-serve percentage, which was OK, I wasn't really happy with anything else," he said. "I played too many lazy shots and unless I can get up to eight or nine out of 10 I won't be too confident about my next match." His next opponent is Tomas Berdych, whom he beat in Basel but who enjoyed quite a finale to 2005 by winning the Masters Series event in Paris. The Czech, Murray conceded, had looked rather sharper during his first-round match here than had the Briton.
"If I play as I did against Lorenzi, I'm not too confident of winning, but it won't be the end of the world if I lose," he said. "It has been three months since my last matches and they were all indoors. It takes some time to adjust to being outdoors and this is about getting match practice before the Australian Open."
"When Mark said we were doing sprints on Christmas Day I laughed because I thought he was joking," Murray said. "He wasn't and I spent the day doing hard running. Mark just tags along behind. I had one day off and that was it."
The good news is that he is feeling the benefit, despite still suffering from jet-lag several days after arriving in Adelaide. "I'm waking up at 6am, which isn't good as I like my sleep, but after feeling a bit heavy-legged last week I didn't feel tired on any of the points and I also felt a lot quicker," he said.