Andy Murray hails the EURO's as 'welcome distraction'

Andy Murray is a man of purpose and his purpose is playing great tennis again but Murray himself admitted the Euro's were a welcome distraction.

When the pandemic broke out in 2020 and sports stopped Andy Murray, like many others, was left craving. Days became rather long and for tennis players, it was a hard time. Murray is no different and during the Queen's Club bubble Murray found himself bored many times.

After his defeat at the event, he was allowed to leave and went to Wembley straight away to watch Scotland play England. A dedicated fan of Scotland Murray said:

"I went to the game the other night. My voice is struggling a bit. I enjoyed it, it was nice, you know. A lot of the players in the Queen's bubble were going down in the evening and watching games. It's a nice sort of distraction really from boredom."

Murray also expressed his hope for Scotland to come out of the group which sadly did not happen as they failed to get the desired result in their final group stage map. Murray will now shift his focus to Wimbledon.

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