Andy Murray spoke about his next plans following his loss to Fabio Fognini in the Rolex Shanghai Masters second round. The Brit will have a very light schedule until the year ends. "I'm playing Antwerp and then Davis Cup.
That's my plan just now", said Murray. Also Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are committed to the Davis Cup. Murray also spoke about the reasons behind his tense discussion with Fabio Fognini: "I had a volley on top of the net.
Someone made a noise. I didn't know who made the noise. I looked in the direction of where the noise came from. He then told me, Stop looking at me. What are you looking at me for? I was, like, Well, I was just about to hit a shot and someone made a noise.
He then was telling me to stop looking at him, which normally when someone shouts in the middle of a point -- this is pretty rare that that happens. And then, yeah. He told me to stop complaining, to have a sense of humor, that when you have a volley on top of the net, you know you're not going to miss it.
I was, like, I know I'm not going to miss it, but I wanted to know where the noise, the sound came from. It came from him, which you're not allowed to do. It's against the rules. It's hindrance. You shouldn't do it.
But he said I should have a sense of humor about that. Neither of us, I would say in that moment, neither of us were in sort of a joking, laughing kind of mood. That was the issue I had."