StoryHuffington Post UK | March 20, 2012
Andy Murray Makes A Radical Job Switch
By: Samuel Luckhurst
Andy Murray tries his hand at a series of new jobs in a new short film. However The Huffington Post UK blogger, who played in reserve matches for Hibernian and was asked to train with Rangers Football Club at 15, dabbles in non-sporting occupations as he daydreams about what he would be if he wasn’t a professional tennis player.
The Scot imagines life as a barber, a chef and a rock star in the minute-long promotion of racquet manufacturer Head’s new IG Radical Pro. Although Murray admits: “If I’m honest, my singing isn’t great. The one thing I might be ok at is cooking. I say cooking…, it’s more like heating pasta sauce but I’m enthusiastic if that counts for anything!”
Head have launched a competition for one lucky winner to experience the life of a tennis professional in the company of the world number four. Check out the video to see how Britain’s number one fares in the barbershop, the kitchen and on stage.
Originally posted on Huffington Post UK