Murray lets loose at charity match

After finishing up


title run at the Aegon Championships on Sunday, Andy Murray

found time to cut loose with some of London’s brass.

Here he is enjoying a glass of Pimm’s — a popular British

liqueur — with BBC television and radio host Jonathan Ross:

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Here he is with Sir Richard Branson:

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Here he is having fun with a linesman:

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Murray also got in a little tennis, here playing doubles with

Tim Henman:

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And this is London mayor Boris Johnson, um … attempting to


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Is the looseness a good sign for Murray? He’s gearing up for a

return to Wimbledon, where once again the eyes of the British

tennis world will be on their native son. He came agonizingly close

to ending the British title drought at the home tournament last

year, giving this famous speech after losing in the final to Roger