- A kilt-clad Roger Federer defeated Andy Murray in a charity game on Tuesday.
- Murray made his first appearance on court since Wimbledon as he recovers from injury.
- The Scotsman wore a ginger wig for part of the game.
Roger Federer beat Andy Murray in an exhibition tennis match on Tuesday — but both got into the spirit of their Scottish surroundings.
During the game in Glasgow, in front of 11,000 fans at the SSE Hydro Arena, Federer donned a tartan kilt while Murray wore a ginger wig.
Murray has not been on a court since Wimbledon as he is recovering from a hip injury. He was still competitive against Federer but ultimately lost by two sets to one in a match that lasted one hour and 40 minutes.
Federer, meanwhile, will have been using the charity match as preparation for the 2017 ATP Tour World Finals, a competition which starts at the 02 Arena in London on November 12.
Murray is not competing in the ATP Tour World Finals.
“When I get back on the court again my best form might not come immediately but there’s nothing that’s making me think I can’t find it,” Murray said after the exhibition match. “I’ll come back when I’m ready and 100% fit. I believe I will get back to that.”
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