Andy Murray is out of Winston-Salem Open after losing to Frances Tiafoe in the second round. Murray, who is currently ranked 114 in the world, admitted after the straight-sets defeat on Tuesday night that he is struggling to find any consistency in his game.

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Tiafoe advanced to the third round of the hardcourt tournament where he will face either Thiago Monteiro or Eduardo Nava.

“The positive thing is that I moved well and served well but my level is up and down with no real consistency,” Murray said. “There are moments in matches where I play well and then I make mistakes or miss returns. I wish I wasn’t doing that.

“My level is around 50 or 60 in the world. It’s frustrating because if I wasn’t moving great and not feeling good physically then I would be a bit easier on myself. But when I’m winning a low percentage of second-serve points, that’s got nothing to do with the physical side of things.”