|Andy Murray and the white feather.|
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The other night while watching the Australian Tennis final between Andy Murray
and Novak Djokovic, a white feather landed on the court just as Andy was about to serve.
Murray was winning at the time, but it all went downhill for him as soon as he removed the feather from the court.
Andy Murray curses unlucky white feather as his Australian Open dreams float away in painful defeat to Novak Djokovic
SCOTS fans and celebrities sent commiseration messages to the tennis ace as he lost out to Djokovic in Melbourne with a fluttering white feather playing a key role in turning the match as Murray led early on.
AN UNLUCKY white feather broke Andy Murray’s heart at the Australian Open yesterday.
It drifted into his eyeline as the Scot prepared to serve in a second-set tiebreak against world No1 Novak Djokovic.
A distracted Andy removed it … then double-faulted to let the Serb take the upper hand.
The 25-year-old – who was suffering with blistered and bandaged feet – never recovered, losing the final in four sets.
Within moments fans on Twitter were blaming the feather.
Even Andy said: “I could have served but it just caught my eye before I got the chance.
“I thought it was a good idea to move it.
Maybe it wasn’t.”
|Andy Murray removing the white feather from the court.|
It's interesting how one person will get great comfort from a white feather and another person will see it as bad luck.
Looks like there is always two sides to a white feather ;-)