“Everyone hates you.” Andy Murray accused Stefanos Tsitsipas of cheating during the match at the US Open


British tennis player Andy Murray plays with greek Stefanos Tsitsipas at the start of the US Open.

Interestingly, during the match Tsitsipas took a toilet break. This happened after the second set, which was won by the Greek. Stefanos went to the dressing room, putting his things in a transparent bag. Earlier, the Greek was accused of carrying the phone with him in order to receive forbidden tips from the coach.

After the fourth set, Tsitsipas again took a toilet break, which Murray considered too long. Murray asked the referee, “Are you okay? Are you a judge? Is this okay? Why is it taking so long?”

Andy called the supervisor to the court: “What’s this? This is the third break in a match. It’s a real shame. I’ve never gone to the toilet for so long in my life.”

When Tsitsipas returned to the court and was putting things in his bag, Murray yelled at him, “Everyone hates you, you know?” The Briton called Stefanos a “swindler” and accused him of foul play.

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