Andy Murray shows height of his success as he grapples with judo champ Teddy Riner on top of Paris skyscraper. Andy Murray who has been struggling with poor form took some time off before his quest for a maiden title begins on the red dirt of Paris.
The world number one met the eight time gold medalist of the Judo world championships at a skyscraper in Paris for a promotional event of Under Armour, a sporting company they both endorse. They faced off to showcase the similarities between their sports, which mix defence with momentum-swinging attacks.
The world number furthur added, “Being No1 means pushing to find whatever can help your game.” Also Read: Nalbandian: 'I don't miss tennis at all. Federer is phenomenal'