Andy Murray turns 30 but world No. 1 is not ‘interested’

UPDATED ON MAY 16, 2017 02:15 PM IST
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Andy Murray, world No. 1, who became 30 years old on Monday (May 15) admitted that birthdays 'don't mean much to him' because of the travel demands of the tour. “I was talking to my team a bit about that yesterday and everyone said that when you're thirty or forty, they're huge birthdays. I was saying to the guys in Madrid that the last time I was home on my birthday I was 14 so I've always been travelling and I've never been around family and friends on birthdays so they don't mean that much to me,” he said. (Video courtesy: SNTV)


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