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This Paralysed Former Rugby Player Can Do The Most Amazing Andy Murray Portrait Using Only His Mouth

This Paralysed Former Rugby Player Can Do The Most Amazing Andy Murray Portrait Using Only His Mouth

Paralysed former Rugby player Henry Fraser has managed to create this incredible portrait of Andy Murray using only his mouth.

Henry – who has been confined to a wheelchair since an accident whilst on holiday in his teens – shared the sketch with Britain’s No1 tennis player ahead of his Wimbledon first round win against Mikhail Kukushkin on Tuesday.

A one-time England hopeful, Fraser cannot move from the shoulders down and can also do portraits of Arsene Wenger and Gordon Ramsey.

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