London, Mar 11(ANI): World number four Andy Murray believes he is on the right track to dislodge Novak Djokovic from his position on the top.
Murray extracted his vengeance from Djokovic for his semi-final loss at the Australian Open in January, by beating him in semi-finals of the Dubai Duty Free Championships.
He aims to close in on the top three, starting by winning the Indian Wells Masters, which begins on Sunday.
Murray described the Dubai Championships win as crucial, as it would have a positive effect on his mind.
"It was an important win. Mentally, for me, it was good," the Sun quoted him as saying.
"I feel like this year I have improved again, so I am happy with that and I look forward to getting the opportunity to play him again here," he added. (ANI)
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