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  • 03 June 2019
    导出博客文章NEW YORK -- Early in the second set of Andy Murrays win over Marcel Granollers,
    the chair umpire made a plea to spectators inside Arthur Ashe Stadium.Its quite
    noisy inside here, if you could please help out and keep the volume down that
    would help the players, she said.The stadiums new $150 million retractable roof
    certainly kept out the torrential rain that played havoc with the schedule
    Thursday afternoon at Flushing Meadows, but it also had an undesirable side
    effect.When the rain came it was certainly loud, Murray said at a news
    conference. You cant hear anything, really. You could hear the line calls, but
    not so much when the opponents hitting the ball or even when youre hitting the
    ball, really, which is tough purely because were not used to it. Thats what
    makes it challenging.Murray made a fast start to his 6-4, 6-1, 6-4 victory but
    struggled to close out the opening set. He lost his serve for the first time at
    this years tournament at around the time when the rain started lashing the roof
    with the sound magnified inside the 23,771-seat stadium.Granollers took a fifth
    break point after a 10-minute game to peg Murray back to 5-4 in the opener,
    before the Scot took his seventh set point after 12 minutes in the next game.We
    use our ears when we play. Its not just the eyes, the world No. 2 added. It
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    someones hitting it. If we played with our ears covered or with headphones on,
    it would be a big advantage if your opponent wasnt wearing them. Its tricky. You
    can still do it, but its harder, for sure.Ive played when its been loud, a lot
    of the stadiums that have temporary roofs, they can be pretty loud when it
    rains. But it apparently was raining unbelievably hard outside. It seemed that
    way anyway.Murray is used to playing under a roof at a Grand Slam -- his status
    as home favourite saw him finish his matches on time on Centre Court at
    Wimbledon, while frequent rain delays necessitated play on Middle Sunday for the
    first time since 2004.The players will deal with it. You get used to stuff. As
    an athlete, thats what you do, said Murray. We adjust to conditions, different
    conditions every week. Playing in the day to playing in the night is totally
    different from one day to the next.We change stuff all of the time, but it takes
    time to adjust and then get used to that. I think thats why everyone is talking
    about it now, because its something new. Yeah, its just going to take time to
    adjust.Im sure if the feedback is that, you know, the TV or the spectators arent
    enjoying the match as much then they will look into it and try and change it.
    But if its fine on TV, which from what I have heard it is fine on TV -- I dont
    know what the fans have said about it yet, but the players will adjust.
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