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US Open: Andy Murray slams Stefanos Tsitsipas again on social media for taking a long toilet break

US Open: Andy Murray slams Stefanos Tsitsipas again on social media for taking a long toilet break

Murray and Tsitsipas delivered an epic five-sentence story over the course of 4:49 hours in the first round on day one of the US Open. In the end, the Greeks were victorious 2:6, 7:6 (9:7), 3:6, 6:3, 6:4.

Before the decisive set, Tsitsipas said goodbye to the catacombs for more than seven minutes and also took a long time after returning to the ring. Number three in the seeding list got a time violation for that.

Murray complained at the direction of the chair umpire: “Damn joke. I didn’t take long to go to the toilet,” indirectly accusing his opponent of a deliberate play of time. After changing the match point to a Brit, there was a short, cold handshake on the net.

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Tsitsipas responded in the post-match press conference: “I don’t think I broke the rules. As long as I stick to the rules and what the ATP claims is fair, everything is fine.”

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