Andy Murray was seen practicing during the Madrid Open when Nick Kyrgios and Jack Sock crashed the party, heckling the world No. 1 as friends and rivals do. Yet, Murray is the world No. 1 for a reason and he immediately silenced the pair by knocking off one of three cans he was aiming for.

Despite being shown up, Kyrgios has been confident with a straight-set win over Marcos Baghadatis in the first round, and an even stronger performance over Ryan Harrison on Wednesday.


Murray also has reason to be happy as the Brit is into the third round in Spain after beating Marius Copil, 6-4, 6-3. Despite a less than stellar 2017 season thus far, Murray is hoping for a third Madrid title.