PARIS — Entertaining as his French Open quarterfinal might have been, Andy Murray hardly enjoyed the experience.
“When you’re out there,” Murray said, “I personally find it quite stressful.”
You don’t say?
Yelling at his entourage and muttering to himself, the No. 2-seeded Murray alternated between brilliant and bad for the better part of two sets while dealing with a French opponent and a partisan crowd Wednesday, before righting things to beat No. 9 Richard Gasquet 5-7, 7-6 (3), 6-0, 6-2 and reach his fourth semifinal at Roland Garros.