BBC vote for most boring person between Tim Henman and Andy Murray goes to…
Who is more boring? Andy Murray or Tim Henman?
The BBC put the above question to their readers and we are not quite sure if we should be surprised by the results.
But before we give you the results, this whole episode started when Henman put the question to Murray during the latter’s guest appearance during the BBC’s Wimbledon coverage.
And host Sue Barker was more than happy to put the question on the BBC Sport website.
They asked for it, and we delivered.
And now the results are in.
Who is more boring – Andy Murray or Tim Henman?
— BBC Tennis (@bbctennis) July 11, 2018
And here are the results, scroll down.
Of course, Murray was going to make the most of it.
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