Liam Broady recalls hilarious joke played on him by Andy Murray

Great Britain's Liam Broady recently qualified for his first-ever Australian Open main-draw event, an accomplishment that saw him teased by compatriot Andy Murray on social media.

Broady and Murray have been embroiled in a good-natured Twitter beef since, with each trying to outdo the other. Broady took it one step further when he shared an old Davis Cup photo of himself, Murray and Davis Cup captain Leon Smith sharing a laugh, before giving the hilarious details behind the picture.

"Before this picture I had to do a speech in front of a lot of people including the mayor of Glasgow," the world No 124 wrote.

"Andy and Leon told me to thank the president of the ITF Francoise Hollande and the ARG Davis Cup captain Juan Riquelme," he continued, adding a facepalm emoji.

But the 28-year-old had been duped by Murray and Smith, as the audience realized he was actually thanking the then-President of France and famous Argentine footballer.

Recalling the speech, Broady added: "Will never forget the looks of confusion as I finished."

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