Andy Murray has called for the sporting world to remain patient amid the coronavirus crisis, with a return to normality the priority.
Britain’s most famous tennis export has been competing against other tennis players this week in the Virtual Madrid Open – and has proven himself to be as handy with a virtual tennis racquet as he is with a real one.
As well as hammering great rival Rafael Nadal for the loss of just a point – before mocking the Spanish world No. 2 after victory – Murray, viewed as one of the tournament favourites, has seen off Benoit Paire and Denis Shapovalov in the group stages, securing his spot in the quarter-finals. (Text and photo courtesy Metro)