Andy Murray has been involved in several different things during his long break from tennis - the former world No. 1 last competed in July last year and is expected to be back doing it in June - but his recent last activity was pretty strange.
Working for his BBC programme Sport Relief, the comedian Michael McIntyre entered Murray's hotel room in the middle of the night, around 1:00 AM, when the 30-year-old was sleeping. Murray suddenly woke up being terrified and worried for what had happened.
'When I went to sleep, Michael McIntyre was the last person I expected to see at the foot of my bed in the middle of the night', the tennis star admitted. 'Once I got over the initial shock and managed to wake up, I had fun and it is great that it will help to raise money for such a good cause.' Money raised through the production of the programme will be devolved to unprivileged people in the UK and around the World.