It wasn’t the best of starts to the week for Andy Murray in Shenzhen as he prepares to make his return to competitive tennis after spending a few weeks on the sidelines on the back of the US Open.
The three-time Grand Slam winner is set to take part in the Shenzhen Open and he was handed a commemorative plate during a short ceremony on Monday, but things turned awkward pretty quickly.
The story was shared on Facebook, but at least things can only get better from here on in for the 31-year-old Scot, who will face Zhang Zhizhen of China in the first round of the tournament later on Tuesday.
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