Here’s a funny story out of England on Andy Murray. In one article from the Daily Express the tournament director for the Marseille event, which Murray withdrew from last week, is calling for Murray to be suspended from the ATP for not upholding his “responsibility” and respecting his “commitments” toward the tournament.
But now TD Jean-Francois Caujolle has backtracked telling Sky Sports he never asked for the Scot to be suspended. Caujolle says he was merely “disappointed” over Murray’s withdrawal.
However Caujolle truly feels might already be irrelevant, the damage has likely been done. Unless Marseille offers even more money for Murray next year or makes some serious amends it’s doubtful Andy will return to the French city after the shots fired by Caujolle.
Murray was to be the top seed at the tournament before he pulled out on Friday.
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