VIDEO: Watch Andy Murray and Judy Murray in ‘Hula Hoop Wars’
Who would come out on top in a hula hoop battle between Andy Murray and his mother Judy?
Three-time Grand Slam winner Andy and his tennis coach mother had a bit of hula hoop fun during a training session and the latter posted the lighthearted video on Twitter.
Without further ado, you can see for yourself who is the hula hoop master in the Murray family. It is a pretty lopsided contest if we are honest.
Maybe Jamie Murray has some hidden skills and he can give the winner in this video a proper challenge.
Hula Hoop Wars.
Note to self : Poor technique will always let you down under pressure.
Pick your battles more carefully. pic.twitter.com/WyQmgcowRY
— judy murray (@JudyMurray) December 19, 2018
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