‘F**king joke’: Andy Murray unleashes over ugly US Open ‘cheating’ saga

Andy Murray cut loose at World No.3 Stefanos Tsitsipas and the officials after some controversial tactics in his five-set epic defeat at the US Open.

Murray showed his legendary tennis spirit after pushing the in-form World No.3 to a fifth set in the opening round of the US Open before losing 2-6, 7-6(7), 3-6, 6-3, 6-4.

The match had everything, from incredible tennis, a fiery Murray pump-up and even an X-rated wardrobe malfunction for the Scot.

But, Murray and fans in the arena became perturbed when Tsitsipas – who caused a stir before the Grand Slam when he admitted he wasn’t vaccinated – started to hold up play between sets and games.

Having been accused of taking extra long breaks in the past, Tsitsipas took a couple of toilet breaks in between sets and games.

Murray became incensed, while Tsitsipas was off-court, and accused the World No.3 of taking way too long to delay his momentum.

“What for 20 minutes every time,” a furious Murray asked the official to why Tsitsipas was taking so long.

“How long do you think that was. What’s he doing?

“It’s never taken me that long to go to the toilet.”

In a seperate incident, Murray was 0-30 up on Tsitsipas’ serve when the Greek changed racquet.

The halt of momentum frustrated Murray and the World No.3 went on to hold serve.


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