French Open: Andy Murray targets clay-court improvement

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Murray targets clay improvement

Andy Murray says he needs to focus on improving his clay court game in order to have a chance of winning the French Open in May.

Murray intends to play fewer events in 2013 in order to prioritise the Grand Slam tournaments, and will miss Great Britain's Davis Cup tie with Russia in April as a result of his training for Roland Garros.

The French Open is the only Grand Slam event where Murray has so far failed to reach the final.

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