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BIG APPLE BITES: Greg Rusedski gives a niche analysis on Andy Murray’s new haircut as World 12’s Taylor Fritz destroys the process of coaching on the job
- Ex-tennis star Greg Rusedski thinks Andy Murray’s haircut will help with cramps
- Jeffrey John Wolf’s upset by beating number 16 seed Robert Bautista Agut
- Daniil Medvedev cruises to an easy win over Stefan Kozlov
- Taylor Fritz Blast On Court Coaching Suggests The Change Is A ‘Big Difference’
Some niche analysis came from Greg Rusedski on Amazon Prime’s coverage of Andy Murray’s toil with cramp.
The 1997 finalist said Murray’s shorter-than-usual trim is meant to keep his head cooler and reduce the risk of cramping.
Murray is struggling with cramps in the run-up to the US Open.
Greg Rusedski has said Andy Murray’s short haircut could help him reduce the risk of cramps
MULLET MAN IS BIG DISTURBED
Take a look at Jeffrey John Wolf’s mullet and stick to the hairstyles theme.
The American wildcard, who looks like a character in Stranger Things, delivered the shock of the first round by knocking out Robert Bautista Agut with number 16 in straight sets.
American Jeffrey John Wolf caused a shock when he met number 16 seed Robert Bautista Agut. defeated
CAN DANIIL REIGN NEW YORK AGAIN?
Reigning champion Daniil Medvedev roared to an easy first round victory over Stefan Kozlov, also of Eastern European descent.
Medvedev is one of three men in the draw to win the tournament the last time they played here – along with Dominic Thiem and Rafa Nadal.
Daniil Medvedev (pictured) took an easy first round victory over Stefan Kozlov
Medvedev wants to become the first man to win back-to-back US Opens since Roger Federer in 2009.
FRITZ BLASTS COACHING TRIAL
Taylor Fritz, the Californian, despises the process of coaching on the track, first seen at a Slam yesterday.
“Tennis is an individual sport, so why should anyone else help you?” he asked.
“People underestimate how mental and strategic the sport is, so this is a big difference.”
Taylor Fritz called the introduction of coaching on the field a ‘big difference’ to the sport