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Andy Murray doesn’t think that Alexander Zverev’s case has been handled well.
At last year’s US Open, Zverev was accused of domestic violence by his ex-girlfriend Ilya Sharypova.
And for over the past year, the World No.4 has claimed that those allegations are not true.
“The way that it’s (been) handled hasn’t been good for anyone. I don’t think it’s been great for the Tour.
“I don’t think it’s been great for Zverev, because you know, unless it gets addressed head-on, it’s just going to be lingering, and, like you say, the questions will continue to be getting asked.
“Like, I spoke about it at Wimbledon, and now here, what is it, three months later, and I’m still getting asked about it,” said the three-time Grand Slam champion said.
Source – tennisworldusa
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