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Video: Andy Murray Cuts His Own Hair During Break in Match Against Rafa Nadal

Video: Andy Murray Cuts His Own Hair During Break in Match Against Rafa Nadal

Andy Murray is regarded by many as one of the most animated tennis players currently playing at the elite level, but today the British number one took things to a whole new level.

Murray took on Rafa Nadal at the ATP World Tour Finals in London, and lost to the resurgent Spaniard 6-4, 6-1 in a disappointing match.

But Murray gave his fans a bizarre moment during  break of play, when he produced a pair of scissors from his bag and proceeded to give himself a haircut.

Apparently the curly end of his fringe had been annoying him since the start of the match, and he decided to give himself a quick chop between points.

Sadly for Andy, Nadal proved just too good. It was a disappointing defeat for Murray, who knew that a victory would secure his status as the world number two at the end of the year for the first time in career.

But why does he even have scissors in his racket bag anyway? Any ideas, give us a shout…

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