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Tennis' Answer To The Magic Sponge Is The Cuddle And It Works

Tennis' Answer To The Magic Sponge Is The Cuddle And It Works

Things seemed to be going so well for Andy Murray midway through his third round match with Andreas Seppi on centre court this evening.

Murray was two sets up, and cruising before his opponent called for the trainer for an injury. The neutral trainer worked some sort of magic, because Seppi came out like a different person after the small break winning the next six games in a row and taking the third set.

When Seppi broke Murray early in the fourth set, Murray was the one who called for the trainer for a problem with his shoulder/ a lack of human contact:

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Whatever it was, the magic cuddle helped, as Murray was the one who reeled off six games in a row to take the match.

What a physio. I wonder if he can help my bad back and get me to win in Wimbledon.

Picture credit: Oliver McVeigh / SPORTSFILE

Conor O'Leary
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