Tennis star Murray confesses he swears too much on court
London, May 17(ANI): World number four tennis player Andy Murray has admitted he swears too much on court, but believes since he speaks in English, therefore, he gets penalized more.
The Scot was warned about his language during his 6-1 4-6 7-5 win over David Nalbandian in Rome on Tuesday.
"I swear on court regularly. It's a mistake and something I try not to do," The Sun quoted Murray, as saying.
Argentinean Nalbandian let rip a foul-mouthed volley in Spanish but his swear was ignored.
"I understood a lot of the stuff Nalbandian was saying. But because what I say is in English, we're always the ones to get the warnings," he added. (ANI)
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