Olympics 2012: Murray spots ‘leak’ in £100m Wimbledon Center Court roof
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Olympics 2012: Murray spots ‘leak’ in £100m Wimbledon Center Court roof

Last Updated: Monday, July 30, 2012, 14:43
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Olympics 2012: Murray spots ‘leak’ in £100m Wimbledon Center Court roofLondon: British number one tennis player Andy Murray has detected a leak in the 100 million pounds worth Center Court roof after rain dripped near his bag, as it thundered down on the closed canopy, and has asked the Wimbledon officials to sort it out soon.



“I think there is a bit of a leak in the roof and they need to sort that out,” said the British No1,” The Daily Express quoted Murray, as saying.

All England Club officials went out on to court to examine the area at the end of the following match, but could not discover any mugginess, and revealed they were aware that certain areas of the roof were likely to allow through a few drips.



But, the officials said that action will not be taken on leaks away from the playing surface until the next maintenance session.


ANI


First Published: Monday, July 30, 2012, 14:43

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