“I had to run and vomit,” Andy Murray HILARIOUSLY reveals Ivan Ljubicic’s disturbing thoughts on Liam Broady’s French Open outfit

Andy Murray playfully mocks Liam Broady's "Awful" French Open outfit


“I had to run and vomit,” Andy Murray HILARIOUSLY reveals Ivan Ljubicic’s disturbing thoughts on Liam Broady’s French Open outfit

Liam Broady and Andy Murray (Image via SportsKeeda and Tennis365)

Andy Murray poked fun at his fellow citizen, Liam Broady. Liam Broady is competing in the 2023 Frech Open Qualifiers, where he wore a controversial multicolored kit. Andy Murray defeated Arthur Gea with scores of 4-6, 6-4, and 6-3. Moreover, the match lasted for over two hours.

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Liam Broady shared a picture of himself sporting the outfit from Bidi Badu. He chose a fairly bold outfit that featured many colors. The outfit choice by Liam Broady was questionable, to say the least. The only good thing that could be derived from the outfit was that it was vibrant.

“Did you actually wear that at Roland Garros? fair play mate that’s a shocker,”, Andy Murray commented on Liam Broady’s post. The former World No.1 player Andy Murray was genuinely shocked to see Broady actually wearing that weird kit.

Murray included laughing emojis in his comment, which sums up the reactions from the fans too. Broady’s kit choice is being questioned by the fans too. The vibrant colors of the kit might even magically give Broady some motivation to do well in the Roland Garros.

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Andy Murray wishes to win 3 tournaments before retirement

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Andy Murray(Credits: Tennis World)

Andy Murray, now 36, is approaching the twilight years of his career. He has expressed that there are three tournaments he would like to win before he retires. He picked up the Australian Open and French Open Grand Slam trophies, as well as the Indian Wells Masters.

Andy Murray is a three-time Grand Slam champion. He recently pulled out of the 2023 Roland Garros as he wanted to focus more on grass-court events. The Brit’s season so far has been filled with ups and downs, but she is focused on winning the upcoming Wimbledon.

When asked about what more he would like to win before retirement Andy Murray answered, “The Australian Open would probably be one of them,” Murray said. “And the French Open. And on the tour, Indian Wells. I’ve always loved the tournament and always enjoyed coming back, so yeah, on the ATP tour – Indian Wells.”.

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Andy Murray also talked about his kids. He mentioned that they don’t even watch or follow tennis, and probably the only player his kids know apart from him is his brother Jamie Murray.

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