A timeout gone bad for David Ferrer
Andy Murray woke up this morning ranked No. 2 in the world (having dislodged Roger Federer from that niche), and he'll still be somewhat puzzled by just how he got there. He was too tired Sunday, after his epic, 2-hour, 45-minute, three-set, back-from-match-point-down win against David Ferrer, to try to figure out the details and fit it into neat sound bites. All but one of them, anyway.
And that lone, towering detail is that Ferrer, a 30-year-old Spaniard with a reputation for never, ever ...
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