At the Australian Open tennis match, England’s Andy Murray won a come-from-behind victory over Australia’s Kokinakis after a close match of 5 hours and 45 minutes.
The highlight was the 30-second rally in the 3rd set, which marked the beginning of a reversal.
This is reporter Kim Do-hwan.
The moment Andy Murray gave up both sets 1 and 2 and was dragged away in the 3rd set, a famous 30-second rally scene that signaled the beginning of a reversal of atmosphere unfolds.
Contrary to the crowd’s reaction to the head, an angry Kokinakis threw his racket away.
Kokinakis then lost his composure after being cautioned for a delayed serve.
[“What the hell is it? What are you doing now? Why is the referee called here?”]
On the other hand, Murray, who gained confidence, showed off his potential to win three sets from the third set, winning a 3-2 victory.
It was a 2-day, 1-night drama that ended after 4:00 am local time, a bloody battle of 5 hours and 45 minutes, 8 minutes short of the longest time in Australian Open history.
[Murray: “I can’t believe it. The opponent was so good that I changed the atmosphere really hard. It’s an unbelievable victory.”]
Murray, a 35-year-old veteran who has won three major tournaments, raised the excitement of the tournament even more with a great match. . 메이저놀이터