Video: Andy Murray Prepares For Wimbledon By Taking on a Jaguar F-Type

Video: Andy Murray Prepares For Wimbledon By Taking on a Jaguar F-Type

Once again, Andy Murray will carry the hopes of a nation when Wimbledon gets underway next week, and the world No2 has been preparing for the tournament in a rather unconventional manner.

As Murray looks to add to the two majors he already has in the bag, as well as Olympic gold, the Scot took on the challenge of finding out which is faster: his serve or a Jaguar F-TYPE SVR.

Basically, Murray has to combine accuracy with lightning-quick power to hit a target placed on the car’s rear.


At first, the task looks pretty much impossible, but if anyone can do it, Andy can. We don’t want to ruin the clip for you, but it seems the 29-year-old’s talents with a racket are endless.

Meanwhile, Murray has been seeded No2 for Wimbledon, which starts on Monday, meaning he could face fierce rival Novak Djokovic in the final, should they both progress that far.

What do you think of Murray’s chances this year?

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