Andy Murray admitted yesterday that he often swears on court during matches, and he can’t help it!
“I mean I swear on court regularly,” Murray said. “I try not to, but sometimes you forget where you are, and what’s on you. I know it’s a mistake.”
During his 61, 46, 75 win over David Nalbandian at the Rome Masters 1000, Murray was issued a verbal warning for cursing. But the Scot contends that Nalbandian was the one offering up the harsher verbal barbs.
“I also understand a lot of what he said from my time in Spain,” Murray added. “But because what we say is in English we’re the ones who get the warning. I think what came out of my mouth today was not as bad as the translation of some of the things that he said but, it’s not right, regardless.”
Murray, a semifinalist in Rome last year, will play Richard Gasquet tomorrow in the third round. Murray celebrated his 25th birthday Tuesday.
Here was Murray’s birthday celebration:
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