‘Big toes are beaten’: Andy Murray reveals the damage of Nishioka’s victory | sport


Andy Murray revealed after his five-set marathon at the US Open that he was walking on sore toes and would ask tournament organizers for an “emergency ice bath” to recover from his first round victory over Yoshihito Nishioka .“My toes are the worst part,” said the 2012 US Open champion after playing his first Grand Slam game for 20 months in nearly five hours. “The big toes are pretty beaten up. But I did well, physically. At the start of the match, I was afraid to play a long match, you pace yourself. You do this as a junior when you enter the seniors.


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