Murray was again very tough on Tsitsipas’s attitude at the US Open

Murray was again very tough on Tsitsipas's attitude at the US Open

His discomfort still continues. And now it was felt by social networks. Andy Murray played a match in the first round of the US Open, on Monday, against Stefanos Tsitsipas, but it was not so bad because of his defeat in five sets and because of the attitude of the Greek, current No. 3 in the world, since he It took a long time at the end of a set to go to the locker room, so it is presumed that there he receives directions from his father, via mobile phone.

Murray took a 2-1 lead in sets, but fell in five fighting and receiving a standing ovation. In between, he was upset by the time used by Tsitsipas, this year’s finalist at Roland Garros, to go to the bathroom. That same reaction had two weeks ago to the German Alexander Zverev, when he was able to beat the Greek in the semifinals of Cincinnati.

The Scotsman, former world No. 1 and now 112th, 2012 US Open champion, got so angry that, upon greeting him at the end of the match in the main stadium, Arthur Ashe barely shook his hand, annoyed, almost without look at it.

With his particular sense of humor, Murray posted on his account Twitter, wryly: “Today’s Reality: Tsitsipas takes twice as long to go to the bathroom than it takes Jeff Bezos to travel into space. Interesting.” Without a doubt, it went viral …

The Greek himself had said that they could “get together for coffee” to discuss the issue, since he did not do anything outside of what the regulation indicates. The point is, he goes to the locker room and usually comes back five to seven minutes later.

Petros Tsitsipas, Stefanos’ brother, said that “I did not expect this kind of behavior from a supposed tennis legend.” The Greek deleted the tweet minutes later. Undoubtedly, the issue is very hot and the controversy continues …

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