Tennis Star Andy Murray Gives His Bangs A Trim During A Match
Andy Murray seemed bothered by his bangs during a recent match, so he gave himself a trim. But it didn't help him beat Rafael Nadal.
We've seen professional athletes change their shoes or equipment in the middle of a game, but tennis star Andy Murray made a more unusual adjustment on the court Wednesday. He gave himself a haircut. (VIdeo via Rado)
During the first set, Murray was clearly bothered by his bangs while trailing Rafael Nadal in the ATP World Tour finals tournament.
So during a changeover, he channeled his inner barber, grabbed a pair of scissors and gave himself an impromptu trim.
After the match, the Scottsman said, "I had some hair in my eye, and I just wanted to get rid of it. That literally took two seconds. That was it. "
A bad hair day was far from Murray's only problem. He double-faulted four times while being trounced by Nadal 6-4, 6-1.
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