Andy Murray makes BBC pundit debut

Andy Murray skipped Wimbledon, not ready to return after hip surgery.

But on Tuesday, he joined Sue Barker in the BBC studios for an extended chin wag, accompanied by comedic foil Tim Henman.


They joked they should put up a poll on the BBC website for fans to vote on who’s “more boring”. (They did; Henman “won” by a 2-1 margin)

Murray expounded on various topics, and clearly had done his homework with a lot of stats at the ready.

He is scheduled to be in the commentary booth Wednesday for the Nadal – del Potro match.

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