Andy Murray has mixed feelings on US Open roof plan

Andy Murray lost the 2012 Wimbledon final to Roger Federer under the roof when it was closed for part of the match due to weather. He won Britain's first men's title in 77 years at the All England Club last month with the roof open and summer sunshine streaming in.

updated: August 15, 2013 10:35 IST
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Cincinnati, Ohio: US Open holder Andy Murray stopped short of an endorsement Wednesday about plans to finally put a roof over the main showcourt at the tournament's Flushing Meadows venue.

The multi-million dollar project is set to be unveiled on Thursday with details to be filled in by US Tennis Association officials.

The plans would end years of weather misery at the major, including five straight years of men's finals forced to be played a day late on a Monday.

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