WATCH: Andy Murray and Kim launch volley challenge and urge Roger Federer and Mirka to ‘hit a few balls’
Andy Murray and his wife Kim have joined the social media lockdown fun as they have launched the 100 volley challenge, and then called on Roger Federer and his wife Mirka to produce their own version.
Andy posted the following on Twitter: “A challenge to all tennis players and fans… The 100 volley challenge. There was no bickering during the filming of the video, although I think the last volley was aimed at my head… I can’t be the only one that wants to see Rog and Mirka hitting a few balls together..”
And here is the marker that they laid down.
A challenge to all tennis players and fans… The 💯 volley challenge. There was no bickering during the filming of the video 🙄, although I think the last volley was aimed at my head… I can’t be the only one that wants to see Rog and Mirka hitting a few balls together…🎾 pic.twitter.com/c0lMnNuSSQ
— Andy Murray (@andy_murray) April 9, 2020
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