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Andy Murray spotted traveling to the Moselle Open by train
The three-time Slam champ stopped to take photos with fans along the way.
Published Sep 19, 2021
It's not every day fans get to catch a Grand Slam champion on a train, but on Saturday a few lucky individuals spotted former No. 1 Andy Murray carrying luggage at a station in Great Britain.
Though Murray was wearing a mask, his racquet bag and 6'3" stature likely helped a handful of people recognize him amidst the crowd. He had no issues stopping to take photos with fans that spotted him and was all smiles during his travels.
Some fans didn't get a selfie with Murray, but instead snapped photos of him in disbelief wondering where he was headed.
After falling in the US Open's first round to a tough Stefanos Tsitsipas, Murray is looking to grab more matches and is returning to Metz, France for the first time since 2007—surely where the Slam champ was headed this weekend.
The 34-year-old received a wild card into the ATP 250 event and will be joined by Gaël Monfils, Pablo Carreño Busta, Hubert Hurkacz and more. Once Murray arrived in France, he settled in by grabbing a solid practice at the tournament site.
He is set to begin his campaign at the Moselle Open against Frenchman Ugo Humbert. The two faced each other two years ago in Antwerp, with Murray claiming victory.