Marcus Willis: 'Against Roger Federer, I lived the best day in my life'


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Marcus Willis: 'Against Roger Federer, I lived the best day in my life'

Sports is good in many ways, also in producing money for charity. And the last example featuring Andy and Jamie Murray shows it. A high school in Dunblane, Scotland, sold off "I love Murray" mugs and shirts, with proceedings going to local charities.

A proud Judy Murray, their mother, shared the pic on Twitter and wrote: 'Dunblane’s Xmas Extravaganza in the High St tonight and theyr selling these for local charities. A couple of local mugs.' Recently both Murray brothers played the second edition of "Andy Murray Live" on Tuesday November 7 in Glasgow, where there were also Roger Federer and Tim Henman.

They raised more than 900,000 dollars in a night with proceedings going to Unicef and a local charity.

Andy Murray is set to be back to compete at Brisbane, which starts on December 31.

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