The Briton Andy Murray was in conversation with BBC Sport’s Setting it Straight and he shared about his short-lived rap career. “This is true,” Andy Murray referred to his recorded and released rap song.
Initially, the tennis players Bob and Mike Bryan were rapping and Murray made a cameo appearance. It was the Bryan Bros’ rap song “Autograph” and Murray sang a verse in that. “I was awful,” Murray described his rapping moment.
We were today years old when we found out @andy_murray released a rap song…
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) December 12, 2019
WATCH: Bryan Bros Band – Autograph Feat. Andy Murray
Further Former World Number one Andy Murray admitted he was addicted to gaming once upon a time in his career. He was obsessed with it and would stay up all night gaming. He would play games like Pro Evolution Soccer.
However the Brit gave up gaming during playing the prestigious tournaments of tennis. While traveling Murray would make sure that he is not carrying his Playstation along with him.
“I would travel with a Playstation everywhere until probably I was like 26. I was playing way too much. I had to play tennis the next day and I was playing until like 2 or 3am. It would be hours, not minutes. Pro Evolution Soccer is what I used to play,” World Number 126 Murray said.
He also disclosed that his first email address featured a tribute to James Bond 007. He was embarrassed by it in his late teens yet he used it for a few more years.
Recently Andy Murray canceled his coaching sessions in Florida due to his groin injury which has been persisting from Davis Cup Finals 2019 in November. For the moment his participation at the Australian Open 2020 is undecided.
Murray was back on the professional circuit in June after undergoing a hip resurfacing operation after his first-round exit at Australian Open 2019. Later this year he and wife Kim Sears delivered their third child, a boy called Teddy.