Watch Murray Dominate Tsonga And Verdasco In A Game Of “Keepy-Uppies” [Video]
by Tom Gainey | May 24th, 2012, 11:43 am

In this latest adidas promotion, Andy Murray shows off his very impressive “keepy-uppy” skills. What’s keepy-uppy? If you can’t see the video it’s just juggling a tennis ball using only your feet and legs, soccer style, and Murray easily dominated his fellow players Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Fernando Verdasco.

Not my official count, but it appeared Murray scored more in the challenge than Tsonga and Verdasco combined!

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3 Comments for Watch Murray Dominate Tsonga And Verdasco In A Game Of “Keepy-Uppies” [Video]

Léo Says:

lol at least joe took second Andy beat them like it was nothing to it! ;)

jane Says:

Muzz is so great at this; I’ve seen videos of him doing this during practices on the court. It reminds me of hacky sack.

Brando Says:

LMAO- love the nonchalant way andy had pulling that off! NEEDS that demeanour on court now!

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