The legendary British player Andy Murray is currently playing at the Indian Wells. Yesterday, the 3-time Grand Slam champion got past the Japanese player, Taro Daniel, in the first round to move to the next round. Murray is trying his best to get some form back after mixed 2022 so far.
Despite his on-court struggles this year, Murray has been pretty active off the court. Recently, he announced that he would donate his salary to help the Ukrainian children for the rest of the year.
Earlier this week, Andy showed again that he has a heart of gold, as he made a kid happy while signing a few autographs. Andy Murray, has been preparing for the ATP Masters 1000 event at Indian Wells. Earlier, after the practice session, Murray was signing some autographs for the fans.
From the crowd, a little kid asked Andy if he can have his hat. To the little kid’s disappointment, the British player refused, at first.
Earlier this week, a kid asked @andy_murray for his cap. Andy initially apologetically said no, saying he only had a few with him, but changed his mind 10 seconds later & gave it to him, & said he might need to ask for it back if he runs out later 🥺😭❤️
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— Rush 🐠 | 700✨💛 (@drivevolleys) March 12, 2022
According to the British player, he has very few hats with him and that’s why he can’t give it to him. However, Andy later changed his mind, as he felt bad about the kid. So, the Brit gave his hat to the kid. Later, he jokingly said to the kid, “If I run out of hats though, might need to bring it back to me.”
Murray started at Indian Wells with a win
The 2-time Wimbledon champion had a great first-round win at the Indian Wells against Taro Daniel. This was a revenge match for the British player; the Japanese player got the best of him at the Australian Open second round. After losing the first set by 6-1, Murray’s comeback to win was pretty impressive. Eventually, Murray won the match by 1-6,6-2,6-4.