Tsitsipas in a smile about how it feels to play vs Medvedev: "It's boring. It's so boring. Same thing again and again and again." Said he's angry to have again played on Danil's term, but out of the 5 losses now vs him it's the one where he felt the most comfy so win will come.
RF:“The penalty point was just something that happened today, it wasn‘t something that changed the outcome, I was behind in the result but won the game anyways, Zverev put me away today, NOT the umpire“
Andy Murray as angry as I have seen him for some time in the aftermath of his confrontation with Fabio Fognini in Shanghai. Murray: "Fabio wanted to engage with me and I probably shouldn't have. But I'm not having him talk to me like that on the court."
Murray and Fognini getting into it at the end, with the chair too...Murray is really hot at Fog, and Fog laughing back...not sure exactly why...maybe excess noise from Fog
tiebreak in the third
Murray served for it twice in the third
The U.S. Open is the only Grand Slam tournament without an upper age limit for its ballpersons. Tony Downer, from Stamford, Conn., is a retired venture capital equity investor — and of the 300 ballpersons, he's the oldest, at 61.Aug 29, 2019