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Andy Murray, Petra Kvitova enjoy a chat at the Opera Bar in Sydney
The Brit and the Czech gave viewers a glance of "Australia's most iconic bar."
Published Jan 14, 2022
The Australian Open is almost here, and Andy Murray has been doing media, as a star player normally does.
While at the Opera Bar at the world-famous Sydney Opera House, the Brit decided to try his hand at being a tour guide...at least for a few minutes.
On social media, Murray gave a brief tour of the self-described "most iconic bar" in Australia, along with Petra Kvitova, doing media of her own.
"It's beautiful," Kvitova said, with Harbour Bridge close by. "I love it here, it's a beautiful view."
A five-time runner-up at the Australian, the 34-year-old Murray has not reached the second week of the Happy Slam since 2016. Kvitova finished runner-up in Melbourne in 2019, with quarterfinal and second-round exits since.