Either they shrunk while doing laundry, or he just bought the wrong size-Andy Murray’s choice of trousers is a good comedic relief for the British Olympic team.
Andy Murray (Andy Murray) apologized for ruining the photo with the Tokyo Olympians-calling his pants “a mess.”
The Scottish tennis star took a photo with British sailing champion Hannah Mills, who posted it on her Instagram with the caption: “That’s it!”
She added: “Cracked pants Andy Murray”.
Murray shared the photo on his social media, and he said: “Sorry for ruining the photo… the pants are a mess.”
The 34-year-old player won the Olympic championship in 2012 and 2016.
“The Olympics are of great significance to me, and being able to participate in the fourth competition is a great honor,” he said.
“Leading the British team at the opening ceremony in Rio five years ago was one of the highlights of my career.
“It is exciting to participate in the Olympics as the defending champion, and I look forward to the challenge.”
Millman triumphed in a tough first round
The conditions are “cruel”, but John Millman believes that after he enters the second round, the soaring temperatures in Tokyo may affect him.
Millman defeated the young Italian gunner Lorenzo Musetti 6-3 6-4 in a game. The game became a pure game-both players were raging in the Suns and the Heat. Try to keep the serve right under the circumstances.
On Mercury around 30 degrees, Millman says you can “add another 10 degrees” to get a more accurate reading in the middle of the court.
“It’s cruel here. Their conditions are really challenging,” Millman said.
“These are some of the hotter conditions that we encounter throughout the year-it’s similar to the hottest days in Brisbane we encountered in the summer. Humid, around 30 degrees, you can add another 10 degrees outside the stadium. “
Millman broke serve twice in three games and controlled the game-the first time he let him serve in the first set, and the second time he buffered him early to start a see-saw second set.
Millman will now face Spain’s No. 16 seed Alejandro Davidovich Fokina in the second round-and admits that he let his eyes further hover in the draw, the world’s No. 1 Novak Djokovic may wait in the third round.
But the 32-year-old player believes that due to his physical fitness on the court, he will use the Heat to his advantage in the next few days.
“When people play against me, they know that I will play a role physically, expand the points and bring them a fight,” he said.
“People know me, I have been on the tour for a while, and they know they have hope of participating in a battle.
“The conditions are very hot. Even if you come from a very warm place (Brisbane), struggling violently in your body is never overly enjoyable, but it will make the victory sweeter.”
At the same time, Australia’s Samantha Stosur defeated Kazakhstan’s 15th seed Elena Rebakina in the first round, scoring a goal for the five-time Olympic athlete in the final Olympic singles match. .
Stosur faced off against the aggressive Rebakina from the beginning, and then the 22-year-old genius shined in the second set, winning 6-4 6-2 in just 70 minutes.
Stosur will team up with Ellen Perez in Sunday’s doubles match, and the two will face Latvian duo Jelena Ostapenko and Anastasija Sevastova.
Devil’s Active Covid Update
The broken Australian tennis star Alex de Minaur is on his way to recovery after a positive Covid test ruined his virgin Olympic dream.
In a perfect world, Australia’s number one man will sweat profusely in the first round of Tokyo, and his goal is an Olympic medal.
Instead, he was trapped in Spain and cruelly deprived him of his Olympic opportunities at the last minute, which was a devastating blow to the rising star.
According to teammate John Millman, Deminar has been partially vaccinated. He was vaccinated with Pfizer for the first time and has since tested negative for infectious diseases-but his absence caused a “great impact on the team.” Blow”.
Millman had been in De Minauer, Spain in March, and the two discussed their excitement in representing Australia on such a prestigious stage.
“I know he is really looking forward to it. This is a huge blow not only to him but to our team, because he is clearly one of the best players in the world and could have been planted here,” Millman Say.
“When he plays for the country, he will go to the next level, so if he has a chance to win a medal, I won’t be surprised.”
When representing the Australian team, De Minauer never left anything, and when asked to play in Tokyo, he did not hesitate.
Millman pointed out that he lost to Rafael Nadal in the ATP Cup in 2020 when he suffered an abdominal injury and was later forced to withdraw from the Australian Open, which proved his commitment to this cause.
“He is the epitome of Australians. It doesn’t matter who his opponent is,” Millman said.
“I remember that in the 2020 ATP Cup match against Rafah, he had a bit of a tear in his abdomen, but he survived and played some incredible tennis.
“He is a superstar and a good partner, and I feel guilty for him.”
Since receiving the heartbreaking news, Millman has been in regular contact with the 22-year-old young man, but he said that his good partner is recovering.
“He recovered well and later tested negative. Health comes first,” Millman said.