Sus propios fans humillaron a Andy Murray: lo compararon con niño de película de principios de siglo

Por si fuera poca la crisis por la que Andy Murray está pasando después de anunciar su renuncia al abierto de Australia, hoy sus fans lo volvieron un objeto de burla: creen que podría haber tenido, durante su infancia, una carrera secreta de actor.

Esto sucedió después de que Murray, de 30 años, compartiera en su cuenta de Instagram una adorable fotografía de cuando aún era un niño. Desgraciadamente para él, muchos de sus seguidores no pudieron hacer más que encontrarle al deportista una increíble similitud con un niño estrella.

Muchos de sus seguidores remarcaron que el campeón de Wimbledon se veía exactamente igual a Sam de la película Love Actually (conocida como Realmente Amor en Hispanoamérica), interpretado por Thomas Brodie-Sangster.

Hey everyone.. Just wanted to write a little message on here for anyone interested in what in going through right now. Firstly I want to apologise to @brisbanetennis for withdrawing at late notice and to everyone who wanted to come along to watch me play(or lose) The organisers couldn't have been more understanding and supportive and I'll always remember that. Thank you. I've obviously been going through a really difficult period with my hip for a long time and have sought council from a number of hip specialists. Having been recommended to treat my hip conservatively since the US Open I have done everything asked of me from a rehab perspective and worked extremely hard to try get back on the court competing. Having played practice sets here in Brisbane with some top players unfortunately this hasn't worked yet to get me to the level I would like so I have to reassess my options. Obviously continuing rehab is one option and giving my hip more time to recover. Surgery is also an option but the chances of a successful outcome are not as I high as I would like which has made this my secondary option and my hope has been to avoid that. However this is something I may have to consider but let's hope not. I choose this pic as the little kid inside me just wants to play tennis and Compete.. I genuinely miss it so much and i would give anything to be back out there. I didn't realise until these last few months just how much I love this game. Everytime I wake up from sleeping or napping i hope that it's better and it's quite demoralising when you get on the court it's not at the level you need it to be to compete at this level. In the short term I'm going to be staying in Australia for the next couple of days to see if my hip settles down a bit and will decide by the weekend whether to stay out here or fly home to assess what I do next. Sorry for the long post but I wanted to keep everyone in the loop and get this off my chest as it's really hurting inside. Hope to see you back on the court soon ❤

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Y como si fuera poco, Murray habría posteado la fotografía para hacerle saber a sus fans por todo lo que estaba pasando, y hablar abiertamente a sus fans sobre sus problemas, junto con pedir disculpas por abandonar un partido durante esta semana.

Pero eso no fue una razón de peso para que sus fans fueran serios:


El campeón de Wimbledon tenía apenas ocho años cuando cursaba su educación en la escuela primaria, cuando en marzo del 96, un sujeto armado entró a las aulas y mató a 17 personas.

De todas maneras, desde que se hizo famoso, casi nunca ha hablado sobre sus recuerdos del tiroteo.

A veces la vida no es justa.