BBC Reporter Asks Andy Murray Terrible Post-Match Questions

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BBC Reporter Asks Andy Murray Terrible Post-Match Questions

WIMBLEDON, England — After coming back from an two-set deficit to beat Fernando Verdasco 4-6, 3-6, 6-1, 6-4, 7-5 in the quarterfinals on Wednesday, Andy Murray breathed a sigh of relief and walked off Centre Court for his immediate post-match remarks. However, the typically snoozy back-and-forth took an unusually tense turn thanks to BBC reporter Garry Richardson's odd line of questioning. After asking for Murray's thoughts on the match, Richardson tried to get a little cute with a reference to former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson's penchant for yelling at his players after, or during, subpar performances.

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