Murray: Disadvantage to swear in English
After receiving a warning for swearing in his three-set win over David Nalbandian in Rome, Andy Murray says he is at a disadvantage because he swears in English. Nalbandian swore in Spanish during the match and was not warned. "I swear on court regularly," Murray told reporters. "I try not to, but sometimes you forget where you are, and what’s on you. I know it’s a mistake, but I also understand a lot of what he said from my time in Spain, but because what we say is in English we’re the ones who get the warning. I think what came out of my mouth today was not as bad as the translation of some of the things that he said, but, it’s not right, regardless."