Australian tennis player Matt Ebden is looking for a strong finish to the season, starting at next week’s final Grand Slam of the year in New York.
Following the 2013 US Open last year, Ebden went through a stunning late season run of form, winning 29 of 34 matches to claim three Challenger titles.
Ebden, 26, went on to equal his highest career ranking of number 61 in March this year, but has suffered a dip since then.
At the Australian Open he defeated Nicolas Mahut in five sets before losing to 28th seed Vasek Pospisil in the second round.
In the opening round of the Indian Wells Masters, Ebden lost a tight three set encounter to fellow Australian Lleyton Hewitt before taking Andy Murray to three sets in the second round of the Miami Masters.
Ebden battled a leg injury prior to Wimbledon, forcing him to withdraw from the Aegon Trophy in Nottingham where he was unable to defend his title.
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