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‘I lost respect for him’, says Murray after Tsitsipas time-out

By Reuters
31 August 2021   |   12:43 pm
Stefanos Tsitsipas used his bathroom break when nature called at the U.S. Open on Monday (August 30) but opponent Andy Murray fumed about the lengthy disruption as his hopes of scoring an opening round upset went down the toilet. Murray said he had been warned by his team to be prepared for disruptions such as a bathroom break or medical timeout if his third-seeded opponent saw the match slipping away.

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31 Aug 2021
Stefanos Tsitsipas used his bathroom break when nature called at the U.S. Open on Monday (August 30) but opponent Andy Murray fumed about the lengthy disruption as his hopes of scoring an opening round upset went down the toilet. Murray said he had been warned by his team to be prepared for disruptions such as a bathroom break or medical timeout if his third-seeded opponent saw the match slipping away.