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Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Watch out Daniel Craig! Andy Murray has his very own James Bond moment as he emerges from sea after Miami Masters win


Hollywood calling? Andy Murray seemed to be reenacting Daniel Craig's famous James Bond moment as he emerged from the sea after his Sony Open win on Sunday

He might be one of the world's top sportsmen, but it seems as if Andy Murray has even higher aspirations.
The 25-year-old tennis ace was spotted emerging from the sea in Florida on Sunday, looking like he was reenacting Daniel Craig's famous James Bond moment.
After his win at the Sony Open just hours earlier, the star clearly felt in need of a little relaxation on the beach, giving onlookers a glimpse of his toned torso.

Toned torso: Andy emerged from the sea while treating himself to a little relaxation time after Sunday's match

Unfortunately for him, Andy couldn't beat the effects of the hot Floridian sun, picking up an uneven T-shirt tan from his time battling it out on the tennis court, leaving his torso and upper arms ghostly pale in comparison to the rest of his body.

Iconic moment: Daniel Craig's beach scene in Casino Royale has gone down in film history

But with a ripped six-pack like his, and a ninth Masters title under his belt, Andy's dodgy tan line can easily be forgiven.
With a smile on his face, and the glow of a fresh win radiating from his athletic physique, Andy dived in the cool waters after posing on the sand with his trophy prize.

Star attraction: The sportsman was mobbed by people on the beach after his dip, proving his star status

Entering the 2013 competition as the second seed, the Olympic gold medallist became the first ATP World Tour player to save a match point in the final at Crandon Park in Key Biscayne, Florida.
His adversary came in the form of Spaniard, David Ferrer (third seed) who the Scotsman beat 2-6, 6-4, 7-6(1) for his second Miami trophy.
Thanks to this win Murray overtakes Roger Federer to secure his place as World No. 2, but that hasn't change his perspective on his career: 'For me, it doesn't change a huge amount, but the fact that I'm moving up the rankings is a good sign.

Leaving in style: Andy hopped into his black sports car before even getting dressed

Champion: Andy poses with the Sony Open men's trophy on the beach

'I have been winning a lot of matches. My consistency has been better over the last few months. The rankings obviously reflect that. So I will try and keep working hard during the clay and hopefully, I can go higher.' Murray said.
It also marks the British player's ninth ATP World Tour Masters 1000 crown and the first since Shanghai in 2011, which also saw him beat Ferrer for the title.

Demolished: Andy beat David Ferrer of Spain in a three-set victory during their final match at the Sony Open at Crandon Park Tennis Centre

Sportsmanship: Ferrer and Murray shake hands after the British player takes the victory

source: dailymail

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