ANDY MURRAY and Nick Kyrgios typically expertise rollercoaster rides collectively – however normally they’re on the tennis court docket.
This time, the 2 superstars of the game had been sat facet by facet on an exhilarating trip in Kings Island theme park in Ohio.
Andy Murray joined Nick Kyrgios on a rollercoaster[/caption]
Former World No1 Murray clearly discovered the expertise an exhilarating one[/caption]
Scot Murray posted a video to Instagram of the pair screaming because the rollercoaster flew alongside spherical bends and over drops.
He apologised for the swearing in his publish.
Murray wrote: “Nice enjoyable with Nick Kyrgios immediately at Kings Island. We weren’t scared… sincere. Apologies for the language.”
The duo had been in Ohio forward of the Western and Southern Open in Cincinnati which begins on August 12.
Murray was at Kings Island theme park in Ohio[/caption]
Murray enjoys a quick calm second through the trip[/caption]
Kyrgios appeared much more relaxed than Murray[/caption]
The Australian discovered Murray’s screams amusing[/caption]
The draw is but to be made, with Murray trying to enhance on a troublesome yr.
Former World No1 Murray missed many of the season to this point, together with Wimbledon, as a consequence of a hip harm.
The three-time Grand Slam champion spent virtually a yr out after surgical procedure.
Followers will hope to see him going through good friend Kyrgios in Ohio later this month for an additional rollercoaster trip.
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