Andy Murray: Dunblane thanks its ‘shining star’ who brought hope

With Day-Glo trainers, sparkly tops and woolly hats, Scotland’s tiny tennis champions of the future were being put through their paces at Dunblane Sports Club yesterday.
Not yet the height of the tennis net, and with beanbags balanced on their tennis rackets, they were responding to their coach’s instructions of “Andy [Murray] says jump”, “Andy says skip”. The youngsters, aged around five and under were oblivious to the fanfare surrounding the town’s most famous son.
Watching from the sidelines was Brian Melville who first coached the future Grand Slam champion at the club.
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12 January 2019 in Lifestyle, Views: 35
Source: Scotsman
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