Andy Murray’s Aircast A60
Tennis player Andy Murray was wearing his Aircast A60 ankle braces as usual last week in his Australian Open Final match with Novak Djokovic but unfortunately they couldn’t inspire him to victory and he has since had some complaints with Djokovic’s behaviour during the match.
From The Independent –
Andy Murray would be “more than happy” to talk to Novak Djokovic but insisted here on Monday night that he did not feel the world No 1 needed to explain any of his actions in the final of the Australian Open nine days ago.
After Djokovic’s four-set victory in Melbourne, where Murray won only three of the last 15 games, the Scot regretted allowing himself to be distracted by his opponent’s wildly fluctuating physical condition. Djokovic stumbled and struggled to reach balls at the beginning of the second and third sets, but made a strong recovery on both occasions. Murray said at the time that the Serb had “looked like he was in quite a bad way at the beginning of the third set and came back unbelievable at the end of that set”.
However, as Murray prepared to make his return to competition in this week’s World Indoor Tournament here, he stressed: “If Novak feels he needs to explain anything to me I would obviously be more than happy to speak to him. But as usual I think everything was made out to be much, much bigger than what it was. It happens all the time these days.