(Reuters) -After reuniting with his stinky shoes and wedding ring, Andy Murray was back in business as the former world number one sealed a comfortable 6-3 6-2 win over Frenchman Adrian Mannarino in the first round of the Indian Wells tournament on Friday. Murray was the talk of social media https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/sports/murray-makes-online-plea-help-find-stolen-wedding-ring-2021-10-07 this week as he asked for fans’ help in finding his items that went missing after training for the event in the California desert. The Briton was happy with his performance, firing five aces and striking 19 winners to secure his first victory at the Indian Wells since 2016, but said the missing items dilemma before the match nearly pushed him to contact the police. “I spoke to the lost and found at the hotel… they said they’d found nothing. “I was going to file a police report to try to get them back or increase my chance of getting them back.
Source: MetroXpress October 09, 2021 05:38 UTC