When Andy Murray went 2-0 up in the third set of the Australian Open, having just thoroughly outplayed Novak Djokovic in the second set tie-break, anybody familiar with the Serb could have written the script.
Even Djokovic's strongest admirers will concede that the world number one has a suspicious susceptibility to injury when on the back foot in a match - and as soon as he gets his nose back in front, the mystery ailment invariably clears up.
We've seen it time after time - as has Murray. But the Scot still let it get to him, and 2-0 became 2-2 within the space of a few minutes. Murray hadRead More »from Andy Murray left kicking himself after falling for Novak Djokovic's injury antics