The world No1 was 4-0 up in the deciding set against Albert Ramos-Vinolas before the Spaniard hit back to qualify for the quarter-finals with a 2-6, 6-2, 7-5 victory.
“If I’d been offered this result a week, 10 days ago, I would’ve taken it,” said Murray.
“I didn’t know if I was going to be able to play here or not.
“For me personally – it’s not going to seem it to everyone watching – but it’s progress from where I was 10 days, a couple of weeks ago.
“I’m going to need to put some work in, there are something things I need to improve upon. But it wasn’t too bad.
“I still had a bunch of chances. I guess both of us did really. A few times today, I made some bad decisions especially towards the end.
“That’s something that, with my team, I’ll look at, watch some parts of the match over, see the shots that I chose and what I would do differently.”
Source : EXPRESS