35-year-old Andy Murray spent 14 hours and 3 minutes on the court in 3 matches at the Australian Open

Three-time Grand Slam champion, two-time Olympic champion British tennis player Andy Murray spent a total of 14 hours and 3 minutes on the court in three matches at the Australian Open 2023.

Earlier, in the third round match, the 35-year-old Murray lost to the representative of Spain Roberto Bautista-Aguta (24) with a score of 1:6, 7:6 (9:7), 3:6, 4:6. The meeting lasted 3 hours 32 minutes. In the previous match, the legendary Briton played with Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis for 5 hours and 45 minutes (his personal career record) and finished it at 4:06 am local time.

Note that in 2019, Murray was awarded the title of sir. The solemn knighting ceremony, held at Buckingham Palace, was personally conducted by Prince Charles, who has now become King Charles III.

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