Andy Murray has Thursday night subscribed for the quarter-finals of the tennis tournament of Washington. The Brit defeated Romanian Marius Copil in the eighth-finals after a marathonpartij to three hours during the night took: 6-7 (5), 6-3, 7-6 (4). After could Murray have been not help but cry, and he remained for a few minutes with his head in his towel sitting on the nearest tennis court at.
The tears of Murray are understandable. The former number one of the world was due to a persistent injury to his right hip back to place 832 in the world. That injury kept him almost a year to the side and forced him to have surgery in January. With a flat rate for the Australian Open, Roland Garros and Wimbledon as a result. The qualification for the quarterfinals in Washington, his first quarter-final since Wimbledon 2017, seems to be the beginning of the final practices of Murray.
The victory of the Shot came Thursday night not without a fight. The Romanian Marius Copil (ATP 93) stronger in the first set back of a 5-0 score behind and won that set, still in the tiebreak. But Murray let the head hang and pulled the sheet still. After more than three hours of competition was eventually 6-7 (5), 6-3, 7-6 (4) on the scoreboard. The clock in the American capital during the tiebreak of the third set, three in the morning. After the matchbal could Murray are tears no longer restrain.