Tennis Pro Andy Murray Shows Up in Ohio as an Ice Cream Man

‘That ice cream seller’s disguise is not fooling me,’ Murray’s mom warned
Tennis Pro Andy Murray Shows Up in Ohio as an Ice Cream Man

Do you think he tried using an American accent? 

Scottish tennis pro Andy Murray — currently second in the world rankings after Novak Djokovic — recently showed up in Mason, Ohio, to compete in the Western and Southern Open and take on the summer job of the ice cream man.

Murray, who wore a wig and cap as part of his ice cream man “disguise,” was quickly found out by several tennis fans, including Andy’s mom, who tweeted, “That ice cream seller’s disguise is not fooling me, Andy Murray…” 

For at least one fan who recognized the star athlete, Murray was kind enough to take off his wig and take a proper photo.

No word yet on whether Murray was found out because he couldn’t muster a convincing American accent, or because he was simply too good at scooping the ice cream.

We’re slowly learning about all the food preferences of our favorite tennis stars, including Gaël Monfils’ love of Coca-Cola, Serena Williams’ need for espressos, and Novak Djokovic’s grass-eating tradition, which he started in order to savor the taste of victory.

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