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Murray into second week despite failing to keep balls from dropping

Andy Murray has progressed into the fourth round at Wimbledon despite his balls dropping during his match against Marcus Baghdatis.

The umpire awarded numerous points to Baghdatis as Murray’s balls spilled onto the greener-than-green lawn – which of course is in gross violation of Wimbledon etiquette.

One flustered female spectator commented, “I couldn’t believe what I was seeing.

“No matter what he tried, his shorts didn’t seem able to contain them!”

Meanwhile, Murray’s girlfriend Kim Sears muttered, “It’s about time.”

Luckily the match went on until 11 p.m. and therefore the shameful incident was after the television watershed.

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