Andy Murray And Lukas Rosol Renew Old Rivalry At U.S. Open
Andy Murray drew with Czech Lukas Rosol in the first of the US Open, resurrecting an old rivalry between the two. In a contentious match at last year's Munich Open, Murray beat Rosol, telling his opponent: “No-one likes you on the tour, everyone hates you.”
Murray beat Rosol in a bad-tempered match at the Munich Open last year, during which the Scot told his opponent, "No-one likes you on the tour, everyone hates you."
Seeded second in New York, Murray is also placed in the same half as world number three Stan Wawrinka and could meet the Swiss in the semi-finals.
Fellow Britons Aljaz Bedene and Kyle Edmund were both handed tough opponents, with Bedene up against Australian firebrand Nick Kyrgios and Edmund facing experienced Frenchman Richard Gasquet.