Andy Murray gets his wish as ATP change toilet break rule after Stefanos Tsitsipas spat

“I rate him a lot. I think he’s a brilliant player. I think he’s great for the game. But I have zero time for that stuff at all, and I lost respect for him.”

During the first game of the final set of their opening round match in New York, Murray was broken in the first game of the final set and could be heard saying to his box about his opponent in reference to his breaks: “It is cheating.”

He also complained to chair umpire Nico Helwerth and US Open match supervisor Gerry Armstrong during the physical encounter with Tsitsipas.

“It’s never taken me that long to go to the bathroom ever,” Murray told Armstrong.