Australian Open > Murray: “If my child was a ballboy at a tournament and I saw him come home at 5 a.m., as a parent, that would sadden me”

Andy Murray did not like the lineup at this Australian Open at all.

Beaten in the third round by Roberto Bautista Agut after finishing his match at 4 a.m. in the previous round against Thanasi Kokkinakis, the Briton, during his post-match press conference, notably cited the example of young collectors of bullets to rebel against these night sessions much too late for his taste.

“If my child was a ballboy at a tournament and I saw him coming home at 5 a.m., as a parent, that would sadden me. It is not beneficial for him. It is not beneficial for referees, officials. I don’t think it’s amazing for the fans. It’s not good for gamers. »

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