Andy Murray has done it again. He first pulled out a between-the-legs front-forward winner at Queen’s in the final against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Today at Wimbledon he hit another one.
Playing Ivan Ljubicic under a closed Centre Court roof late in the fourth set, Murray brought his crowd to their feat with this exceptional effort at trickery.
“It doesn’t happen very often when you get in that position, so I went for it and missed it,” said Murray. “I’ve never really seen anyone do it before. It was different (from Queen’s), Ljubicic was at the net, they were both good. I don’t know which one was better.”
BBC commentator John McEnroe was not amused calling it annoying if you were on the receiving end.
Murray won the match in four sets beating the Croatian 64, 46, 61, 76 in almost three hours. In the fourth round on Monday, Murray will play Richard Gasquet in a rematch of their incredible 5-set thriller in 2008.
“It was the first match where I’d had to really come back from a big deficit,” said Murray. “There are matches that the crowd and people tend to remember here, that was really the first one when I was coming through, playing on Centre Court, and getting the chance to get comfortable on that court. There was a lot of interaction of the crowd, they really got behind me and it makes a big difference.”
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