Q. Did the blisters restrict you?
ANDY MURRAY: No. It's just a bit sore when you're running around. You know, it's not like pulling a calf muscle or something. It just hurts when you run.
But, yeah, it's not something that stops you from playing. You saw one of the guys at the beginning of the tournament, the guy Tomic played, I don't know if he burnt himself, but there's certain things that hurt when you run or hit the ball, especially blisters, but it's not something that stops you from playing or stops you from running for balls.
Comments from Andy Murray. He said No, but he only said that because he knows he can't make an excuse after the final. but he goes on to explain how much it was hurting him on movements and restricting him.
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