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Andy Murray's win at the US Open was watched by many famous celebrities including former James Bond Sean Connery and hollywood legend Kevin Spacey. But what delighted the Olympic champion was the support he got from Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, who was there in the stands for both the semi-final and the final.
Though Ferguson's knowledge about tennis and its strategies is limited, but the Scot is an admirer of the sport. Famous for his 'hairdryer' treatment, Ferguson was seen signalling a 'calm down' gesture, multiple times in the match.
“I was looking at the guys in the box because I needed to get myself pumped up in the fifth set and that helped me,” the quoted Murray, as saying.
“It was great to have someone like Sir Alex around and get to chat to him. It was pretty cool. That is always going to inspire you. All of the other guys spoke to him and said he was really good fun and was very happy for me,” he added.
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