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Murray questions novak’s injury crisis

Andy Murray has questioned Novak Djokovic’s dramatic body language during the final. Reacting to a fourth successive final loss, the Scot said he was “distracted” by Djokovic as the Serb struggled after the second set. “The third set was frustrating because I got a bit distracted when he, like, fell on the ground after a couple of shots,” Murray was quoted as saying by news.com.au, Monday. “It appeared he was cramping, and then I let that distract me a little bit. That’s what I’m most disappointed about,” he said. Asked if it is a legitimate tactic for an opponent to fake injury, Murray said: “No, it’s not. I have no idea what the issue was, he obviously looked like he was in hurt quite a bad way at the beginning of the third set and came back unbelievably later. I would hope that wouldn’t be the case.”
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