Andy Murray says he feels competitive against top 30 ahead of Shanghai Masters

Andy Murray says he believes he can be competitive against the best players before the Shanghai Masters week.
The former world continued his comeback at the China Open this week, which ended at the quarter-final stage against seed Dominic Thiem with a remarkable run from hip operation.
After encouraging wins from compatriot Cameron Norrie and US Open semi-finalist Matteo Berrettini, Murray was again back in the last eight of the ATP tour event for first time in 12 weeks.
until a few weeks before, maybe a month before, I did not know competitive I would be at the top level, he said.
Since I got (China) I believe just as at the matches I have played I have been competitive from each one of the players I have played against.
I played a top 10 player, a top 20 player, a top 30 player. I felt just as though Ive done well although I have not won all the games.
Hopefully over the next couple of months, I can keep progressing a little bit. I dont think Ive got to the end of the road yet.
Murray faces planet no 59 Juan Londero from the initial round of the Shanghai Experts on Monday.

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