Murray avoids volatile situation
KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. -- It was probably just a coincidence, but when Andy Murray lost Wednesday's first set and was broken to open the second, he called for the ATP trainer. Even before that last ball from Janko Tipsarevic skittered past him, he had stopped running and pressed his hand to his queasy midsection.
Read into it what you wish, but at that point Murray did not appear to have the stomach or any kind of appetite for the mini-majors in Indian Wells and Miami.
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